He made his senior debut against Arsenal in May and has played 17 games, including starting the past three.
With Scotland requiring something of a shake-up following a disappointing conclusion to Gordan Strachan's reign, McLeish is clearly attempting to inject the squad with some young prospects.
And, according to The Times, the Man United youngster has come to a decision.
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He leaves behind his wife Moyra Jacobsson, their two sons, two daughters, and 14 grandchildren . "Those are real achievements". On a windy late afternoon in Oxford on May 6, 1954, Bannister ran four laps on a cinder track in 3 minutes, 59.4 seconds.
Former Scotland striker James McFadden speaking on BBC Scotland's Sportsound.
"It is not easy and then national team will be just a effect of his work at the club but I can't confirm at all that both national teams have contacted him". "It sounds like his father has picked it more than him".
"The first thing Ashley Young said was what an unbelievable pro he was, how fit he was, how much of a great lad he was", Fletcher recalled.
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The United manager added: "The kid is very "feet on the ground", he's very calm, so I think he passed some important tests not by the football point of view but the mental point of view - maturity, calm play against champions, play knockout in the Champions League, two tests by the mental approach".
I know you don't really sign players for the global team but England were interested in him, and it's fantastic he's chosen to play for Scotland. It's about working hard and being willing to go that extra hard yard to cover for some of the flair players. That's the Manchester United way and it's the sign of a good player - somebody who always wants the ball. "I feel good, fit, strong".
The Irish Times cited a September 2016 interview with the club website, in which Scott McTominay said that he felt more Scottish than English.
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