Wolves pup in line for Wales debut
Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Terry Taylor is line to make his Wales under-21 debut this month.
Aberdeen-born Taylor, 18, was in the Dons youth academy before moving to Molineux and was in the Scotland set-up before choosing to play for Wales, where his mother comes from.
Taylor made his debut for English Premier League side Wolves in the Carabao Cup last week and is expected to win his first U21 cap in the European Championship qualifier against Bosnia and Herzegovina on November 19 after impressing for the midlands outfit.
Meanwhile, Aberdeen winger Ryan Hedges has missed out on a place in manager Ryan Giggs’s senior Wales squad for the upcoming crunch Euro 2020 qualifiers against Azerbaijan and Hungary.