Letest ;Leeds United Young Star Send a Very Strong Message To The Boss Ahead Of Scotland Under-21 Call-Up

There are many talented young players in Leeds United’s ranks, many of whom are out on loans from Elland Road in an effort to gain valuable experience.

Jeremiah Mullen, a teenage center-back, has remained in West Yorkshire this season and is currently playing for the Leeds Under-21 team.

The club had a mixed start due to their three victories and three losses thus far, and the 19-year-old has played in six Premier League 2 matches this season.

On a personal level, though, Mullen has excelled, and as of today (2 October), according to the official Scotland National Team Twitter account, the defender has been called up to the Scotland Under-21 squad.

The teenager, who played the whole 90 minutes in their Euro 2025 qualifying loss to Spain last month, has kept his spot in the lineup.

The nation will now have the opportunity to earn its first points of the season when they play Hungary and Malta later this month at Motherwell’s Fir Park.

Mullen was named to the substitutes’ bench against Manchester United, West Ham, and Tottenham in the Premier League last season. Although Leeds manager Daniel Farke may not be thinking about Mullen right now, he is undoubtedly well regarded inside the club.

In that regard, the manager has the likes of Liam Cooper, Pascal Struijk, Joe Rodon, and Charlie Cresswell at his disposal, but an international call-up can only be extremely beneficial for Mullen’s chances of playing for the first team at some point this season.

If he performs well this month for his country and in Premier League 2, his first-team debut might come sooner rather than later.

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