Southampton goalkeeper Angus Gunn could trade England for Scotland, according to the Daily Mail.
The 23-year-old’s decision is likely to come down to whether or not he is given an international debut by the Three Lions.
Gunn has represented England at every youth level since the Under 16s, but is yet to earn his debut for the senior side.
He is believed to be “willing to switching allegiances” – a decision that would likely raise a few eyebrows.
Scotland manager Alex McLeish is confident Gunn will become a Scotland player in the near future.
His assistant, Peter Grant, is close to Gunn’s family, which could have an impact.
Gunn could be called up to Gareth Southgate’s latest England squad on Wednesday, however, with his side playing the Czech Republic and Montenegro in two Euro 2020 qualifiers later this month.
All will become clearer once that squad is announced, with a Three Lions debut for Gunn spelling the end for Scotland.
Angus Gunn's goalkeeping rivals for England
The Everton stopper is having a poor season after a good World Cup, with his performance at Newcastle last weekend bordering on shambolic.
Heaton has found some excellent form for Burnley since returning from injury.
McCarthy has found himself on the substitutes’ bench behind Gunn of late.
Stuck in the Championship with Stoke City, Butland could still earn a call-up.