Former Scotland captain Darren Fletcher’s twin sons selected for under-16’s squad SNS Group. Jack and Tyler Fletcher, 15, both play for Manchester City at youth level and are looking to follow in their father’s footsteps by representing the national team. The young Scots travel to Spain for a week-long camp which includes two friendlies against Denmark, on Wednesday, September 7 and Saturday, September 10.

Both matches, which take place at the Pinatar Arena, will serve as preparation for the Victory Shield, which starts in October.  The squad is mostly made up from players from Scottish Premiership clubs with four from Celtic, three from Rangers, three from Hearts, two from Hibernian and one each from Kilmarnock and Aberdeen.

As well as the Man City duo Glennie has also called up players from Leeds United, Ayr United and two from Hamilton Accies. Fletcher snr won 80 international caps and represented Manchester United at club level for 12 years. He won five Premier League titles and a European Champions League with United although he was an unused sub the UCL final victory over Chelsea in 2008.

Scotland under-16 squad in full.

Aidan Borland Celtic

Ben Brannan Kilmarnock

Sam Chambers Leeds United

Cormac Daly Hamilton Academical

Christopher Eadie Rangers

Ollie Ecrepont Ayr United

Ronan Ferns Celtic

Jack Fletcher Manchester City

Tyler Fletcher Manchester City

Marcus Gill Celtic

Matthew Gillies Heart of Midlothian

Finlay Hale Celtic

Josh Landers Hibernian

Joshua McDonald Hamilton Academical

Lewis Pirie Aberdeen

Cameron Scott Rangers

Gus Stevenson Heart of Midlothian

Rory Whittaker Hibernian

James Wilson Heart of Midlothian

Jack Wylie Rangers

The both of them will be looking to impress not just their dad but their country as they hope to cement starting roles in the team. Their dad has also wished them luck ahead of them making their respective debuts for their country.