Danny Ward and Harry Souttar were both in action for their countries this week, as the two fringe men gets a good look in, considering their careers at present.
Danny Ward is the preferred choice for Wales, without having any type of first team possibilites at Leicester, not really being considered as nothing else than an emergency plan.
Enzo Maresca has no place for Danny Ward and Daniel Iversen, as the two goalkeepers is not what he is looking for, being more traditional goalkeepers, not being as “outfield” as the new manager would like them to be, but in other environments they are highly rated.
Harry Souttar is cemented in the Australia line-up, being among their pivotal players as his presence is in no doubt, not yet, being played just frequently being behind Conor Coady, Wout Faes and Jannik Vestergaard at Leicester.
Not probably the most challenging opponent for Australia, coming up against Bangladesh, winning 7-0, with a nice Harry Souttar header opening the scoring in his 20th game for his favoured country. Harry Souttar is born in Scotland, but has roots down under, so he is flying the globe to play football.
Harry Souttar, signed from Stoke, could see his option many as clubs in Championship and abroad looks to have seen the qualities and a loan move could be an option in January. Souttar (25) certainly have qualities needed, but to be fourth choice for the central defensive positions at Leicester, might be difficult to accept.
Danny Ward and Harry Souttar are good professionals who are far from a starting position at the club at present, but surely would like to continue to play for their countries, and in that setting a move away should suit both.
No special interest to count so far, but will be strange to see them both not playing football at another club destination after the January transfer window shot.
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