Tino Livramento, the England Under-21s’ defender insists that he is not in a hurry to decide on his future as an international player.
After recovering from a severe knee injury, the Newcastle player, who is also qualified for Portugal, has been on Scotland’s radar.
John Carver, Scotland’s assistant manager confirmed to the media this week that Livramento was on their list because he qualified through his mother.
The 21-year old, who plays for the Young Lions in their Euro 2025 qualifying matches against Serbia and Northern Ireland is content where he’s at.
He stated: “There is no hurry to take any decisions.” “I’m very happy where I am right now.
“I am very happy with my group, the coach and the whole thing.
I’m enjoying returning to consistent training and playing. “I’m young and have a lot of time to decide. I’m happy where I am right now.”
“I’ve not seen anything, and I am sure that if there was something serious going on my agent would tell me.
I have many friends who are in the Under-21s, and it’s a pleasure to travel with them. Our manager was great and kept in touch with me after I got injured, to ensure that I was okay.
“I’ve played in every England age group and I have great respect for their set-up.”
On Saturday, Lee Carsley and his side will face Serbia in Backa Topola, a team they defeated 9-1 back in October. They then host Northern Ireland on Tuesday at Goodison Park.
After a 3-2 loss to Ukraine last month, they are now second in the Group F.
Livramento was recalled to the team in October for the first 18-month period after being sidelined from the squad in April 2022, while playing at Southampton.
After completing a PS31million move to Newcastle in the summer, full-back has now set his sights on a promising future.
Then he added, “I’ve moved on so quickly from this part of my life.” It’s now just a matter of moving forward from this point.