Scotland keeper Gunn set for scan on potential muscle injury

The stopper limped out of Norwich City's defeat to Leeds United and will have a scan on the problem.

Scotland goalkeeper Angus Gunn could join Liverpool and Arsenal pair on sidelines for final Euro qualifiers SNS Group

Scotland could be without a number of key defensive players for the end of the Euro 2024 qualifying campaign after goalkeeper Angus Gunn limped out of Norwich City’s defeat to Leeds United.

The Canaries led 2-0 before the 28-year-old was replaced by George Long after pulling up with what appeared to be a muscle injury.

Leeds went on to win the match 3-2 after Gunn was substituted, with the goalkeeper due for a scan on the injury on Monday.

He could join captain Andy Robertson and Real Sociedad’s Kieran Tierney on the sidelines for the matches against Georgia and Norway as Steve Clarke’s side bid to win Group A.

Manager David Wagner said he did not know the severity of Gunn’s injury, but admitted it was “serious enough that he could not continue”.

Motherwell’s Liam Kelly and Zander Clark of Hearts were both handed international debuts in the friendly defeat to France last week.

Scotland have already qualified for next summer’s tournament in Germany but will likely need to win their final two games and hope Spain drop points in order to top the group.

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