Wolves' Terry Taylor set for Wales U21 bow

By David Banner | Wolves | Published:

Wolves midfielder Terry Taylor is line to make his Wales Under-21 debut later this month.

Terry Taylor of Wolverhampton Wanderers and Aaron Wildig of Morecambe (AMA)

Aberdeen-born Taylor, 18, was in the Scotland set-up before choosing to play for Wales, where his mother comes from.

Taylor made his Wolves debut in the Carabao Cup last week and is expected to win his first U21 cap in the European Championship qualifier against Bosnia and Herzegovina on November 19.

U21 manager Paul Bodin has named a 20-man squad for the Wrexham clash, including highly-rated Nottingham Forest midfielder Brennan Johnson and Arsenal's Robbie Burton.

But Bodin is without MK Dons defender Regan Poole and Manchester United midfielder Dylan Levitt as the pair have been called into Ryan Giggs' senior squad for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against Azerbaijan and Hungary.

Full squad: Adam Przybek (Ipswich), George Ratcliffe (Barry on loan from Cardiff), Cameron Coxe (Cardiff), Rhys Norrington-Davies (Rochdale on loan from Sheffield United), Brandon Cooper, Ben Cabango, Jack Evans (all Swansea), Terry Taylor (Wolves), Nathan Broadhead (Burton on loan from Everton), Ben Williams (Barnsley), Joe Lewis (Torquay on loan from Swansea), Liam Cullen (Swansea), Harry Clifton (Grimsby), Jack Vale (Blackburn), Aaron Lewis (Lincoln), Daniel Mooney (Fleetwood), Mark Harris (Wrexham on loan from Cardiff), Robbie Burton (Arsenal), Brennan Johnson (Nottingham Forest), Ryan Stirk (Birmingham).

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