Exclusive: Scottish plot to snatch Stewart from England
Published 22:30 20/02/12 By Alan Nixon
Scotland want to snap up Hull City's young striker Cameron Stewart – in their next raid on English-born talent.
Highly-rated Stewart was born in Manchester and played for United as a kid before joining the Tigers, but now the Tartan Army have him in their sights because of his family background.
Stewart has been capped by England at youth level and also played for the under-20s but he is still young enough to change his allegiance - and Scotland boss Craig Levein is trying to snatch him.
The Scots have beaten England to Blackpool flying machine Matt Phillips and are also battling to land Tottenham centre-half Stephen Caulker, two other products of Three Lions youth sides.