Allan McGregor decides to retire from international duty with Scotlandxx

• McGregor calls time ahead of Euro 2020 qualifying campaign
• ‘It’s important to protect my body’ says Rangers goalkeeper

Allan McGregor has retired from international duty in a move that will force Alex McLeish into a goalkeeping change ahead of Scotland’s Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.

The Rangers goalkeeper, who has earned 42 caps for his country, has decided to call time on an international career that began in 2007. Under McLeish, the 37-year-old had established himself as Scotland’s first-choice No1. The player informed the Scotland management of his decision at the weekend, with McLeish to name his squad for the qualifying fixtures against Kazakhstan and San Marino on Tuesday.

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