Torino ‘set for talks’ to make Scotland under-21 the latest SPFL star in Italy’s Serie A

FIRST there was Liam Henderson, then Aaron Hickey.

Lewis Ferguson and josh Doig soon followed the path that was emerging Scotland to Series A

Aaron Hickey's move to Serie A took him to the English Premier League


Aaron Hickey’s move to Serie A took him to the English Premier LeaguePhoto credit: Getty
Lewis Ferguson is successful in Italy


Lewis Ferguson is successful in ItalyPhoto credit: EPA
Max Johnston is the latest player to be targeted by Serie A clubs


Max Johnston is the latest player to be targeted by Serie A clubsCredit: Kenny Ramsay

Now Max Johnston is reportedly the last to move to Italy.

According to a report, Torino are “ready for talks” with Motherwell’s expired contract Man.

You’re one of many interested in the Scotland U21s starbut acc Soccer Scotland You could kill many transfer rivals and seal a deal for the esteemed defender.

He spent the first half of the season on loan with the Cove Rangers but enjoyed a rapid rise from the US lower reaches championship He could be in for a big move to Turin.

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Sunsport revealed it’s a flight of fancy Brighton watched him back in February and last month we exclusively announced that four other prospects have joined them – including new Prem signing Luton Town.

The 19-year-old is the son of the former ranger, hearts and Scottish winger Alan Johnston and looks like it leave the Steelmen, where he’s been since he was 12.

Meanwhile, Sunspotrt can exclusively reveal Hibs have agreed a transfer fee of £1.2million for Kevin Nisbet.

The move to Millwall has been negotiated between the clubs and the fee could rise to £1.5million

Nisbet turned down a move to the Den in January after returning from a cruciate ligament tear Injury – but boss Gary Rowett has returned for the striker.

You can’t be alone either Galatasaray The Scottish international has also been observed in recent weeks.

Also English championship rivals Blackburn and Bristol City remain eager.

Last week, Nisbet stressed it was the timing of the original Millwall deal – and not the club – that led to him saying no in the last transfer window.

And that has encouraged the Lions, who narrowly missed out on the promotion playoffs, to seek another deal this summer.

Nisbet’s initial decision was confirmed by his return to Steve Clarke’s Scotland squad for the EURO qualifiers against Norway and Georgia later this month.

But since his contract with Easter Road still runs for two years, a change is imminent.

Nisbet said last week: “Sometimes you just feel like it’s not the right time to go.

“It was more about me, not Millwall or Hibs or anything. Millwall understood.

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“Maybe it was too soon after my cruciate ligament tear, you just want to calm down.

“It’s life changing Money. But I think I made the right decision. I scored Goals and I put myself in the window of the national team.”

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Zack Zwiezen

Zack Zwiezen is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Zack Zwiezen joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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