Hull City goalkeeper Allan McGregor is likely to receive a recall to the Scotland squad later this week according to the Daily Record.

The 36-year-old Edinburgh born stopper last played for his country 12 months ago but his days playing on the international stage may not be over just yet.

It has been reported that McGregor will be included in new Scotland manager Alex McLeish’s first international squad when it is announced later this week. First choice keeper Craig Gordon is currently out with injury and the former Birmingham City boss could turn to veteran stopper McGregor to fill that void.

Scotland face two international friendlies in the space of just five days later this month as they welcome Costa Rica to Hampden Park on Friday 23 March before travelling to Budapest to face Hungary on Tuesday 27 March.

Hull City goalkeeper McGregor has been The Tigers’ first choice goalkeeper this term with the player having made 34 league appearances for the club. The veteran has been capped by his country on no less than 36 occasions over the past decade while he has kept 13 clean sheets for The Tartan Army.

McGregor is best known for his time playing with Glasgow giants Rangers where he made 278 appearances in all competitions for the club after breaking through from The Gers’ academy system.

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