All eyes have been on Queen's Park youngster Reagan Thomson after the midfielder provided two assists for Scotland Under-17s match against Iceland.

It has been reported that both Celtic and Rangers were watching the 16-year-old, but it looks as though the Scottish clubs will lose out as Newcastle open talks with him, according to the Daily Record.

The EPL side are aiming to seal a deal to get Thomson in January.

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Thomson has made eight appearances for the League Two side who currently sit seventh in the table, but it’s his international performance that’s getting club’s attention.

His first assist happened early in the game to help former Celtic youngster Liam Morrison open the scoring in the Euro qualifier.

He then made a brilliant cross to Morrison in the 70th minute, who headed the ball into the back of the net to put them 2-1 in front.

The win meant that Scotland have qualified for the competition’s Elite Round which will start in March next year.