Scotland fans have urged Steve Clarke to ignore Arsenal's requests and call-up Kieran Tierney for his next squad.

The manager has been left frustrated at not being able to bring the Gunners left-back into his team for the double-header against Cyprus and Kazakhstan next week.

Arsenal asked the Scots boss to leave £25million Tierney at home to allow them to deal with an "ongoing issue" the defender has seemingly been nursing for a number of weeks.

Kieran Tierney absent for final two qualifiers as Scotland name squad for Cyprus and Kazakhstan

And despite Clarke honouring the Premier League side's request, fans have been less accepting of Unai Emery's proposal.

One blasted: "Asked being the critical word here, take him anyway?"

Another moaned: "How many other countries are they asking not to pick their players. Get him picked."

One suggested: "Scotland should envoke the UEFA rule stopping @Arsenal from playing him when the league starts after the international break".

A fourth added: "Grow a set of balls and select him, club can't say anything, FIFA rules state he must be released and join the squad".

Tierney also missed out Scotland's previous squad for the same reason after Arsenal made a late request to Clarke to leave him out due to previous injuries.

Full Scotland squad:

MacGillivray, Marshall, McLaughlin, Cooper, Devlin, Gallagher, McKenna, O'Donnell, Palmer, Robertson, Taylor, Armstrong, Christie, Fleck, Jack, McGinn, McGregor, McLean, McTominay, Burke, Forrest, Fraser, McBurnie, Naismith, Shankland.