Scouts from Everton and Liverpool were both at Dundee United’s 4-1 win over Hearts at the weekend to watch three young players in action.
Toffess head scout Kevin Reeves was at the game, as was Liverpool’s chief scout Alan Harper. Typical – you travel hundreds of miles and bump into your neighbours.
The pair were watching the highly sought after 17-year-old Ryan Gauld, plus Andrew Robertson, aged 19, and John Souttar, aged 17, according to reports in the Daily Express. read more »
Dundee United’s ‘mini Messi’ Ryan Gauld has been advised to reject the advances of Europe’s top clubs to stay at Tannadice by SFA performance director Mark Wotte.
Wotte believes Gauld’s talent could be swallowed up by an academy in England or Spain and has urged the youngster to continue his development with his current club – or move to Celtic or Rangers if he feels he has to move on. read more »
Arsenal are the latest club to show their interest in Dundee United wonderkid Ryan Gauld.
The Gunners are sending a scout to watch the 17-year-old in action in this evening’s Scottish Cup fourth-round clash with Kilmarnock. Arsene Wenger’s scouting team has already received glowing reviews on Gauld from informal representatives and will travel to Tannadice today to see him for themselves. read more »
Dundee United youngster Ryan Gauld rose to the occasion as scouts from Manchester United and Liverpool watched him on Saturday.
The 17-year-old weighed in with four assists in his side’s 4-1 win over Partick Thistle. read more »
It look like today’s England training session was a pretty demoralising one for Fraser Forster.
The Celtic keeper took part in a one-on-one session with Southampton’s Rickie Lambert and, predominantly, Chelsea’s Frank Lampard. read more »