Scott McKenna is reportedly set to complete his exit from Nottingham Forest.

The Scotland international, 27, is due to leave the Premier League club this month.

In early January it emerged that both Rangers and Celtic were interested in the powerful centre-back. It was said they were keen on an initial loan with a view to making the deal permanent.

He's made just five appearances for Forest all season, with his last coming in September.

However, it seems his future lies abroad, with various reports in England claiming he's set to sign for FC Copenhagen.

John Percy of the Daily Telegraph states that McKenna wants regular football ahead of the summer's European Championships in Germany.

Steve Clarke will certainly be keen to see one of his trusted defenders playing frequently in the run-up to Euro 2024.

It remains to be seen if the deal to join the Danish giants will be a permanent move, or if it's a loan. Any fee involved would be minimal given he's out of contract in the summer.

Meanwhile, Ally McCoist was having none of Jeff Stelling's assertions that Celtic keeper Joe Hart should be in with a shout of making England's Euro 2024 squad simply because Jack Butland has been touted for a place.

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The Rangers No.1 has been in outstanding form since his summer move to Ibrox on a free transfer. The 30-year-old joined as a free agent having left Crystal Palace at the end of his contract.

His form has been so good for the Light Blues that there have been various calls by pundits and fans for Butland to regain his spot in the England set-up.

A debate was sparked on talkSPORT this morning about the situation between McCoist and Stelling, with the latter not so keen to see Butland involved in Germany.