CELTIC wonderkid Karamoko Dembele will play for Scotland again after being named in the national team’s Under-16 squad.
The 13-year-old midfielder’s international future had been in doubt after he featured for the England youth team in December.
However, he has been selected as part of a 20-player pool for the UEFA development tournament at the end of the month.
Dembele made his debut for the Scots in November and impressed in a 2-2 Victory Shield draw against Wales.
He is eligible to play for Scotland, where he was brought up, and England, where he was born. He could also represent the Ivory Coast, birthplace of his parents.
The Scots Under-16s will play Croatia, Austria and Iceland at the Oriam in Edinburgh later this month.