SAINTS forward Che Adams and soon-to-depart Stuart Armstrong have been named in Steve Clarke's 26-man Scotland squad for EURO 2024.

Adams, who the club have stated remains in talks with over a new deal at Saints, was an unused substitute in their 2-2 draw against Finland on Friday evening.

The 27 year old hit 16 goals for Southampton in the Championship as they secured promotion to the Premier League - and scored in Scotland's 2-0 win over Gibraltar this month.

Armstrong has also made the cut, despite playing no part in both of his country's pre-tournament friendlies.

The 32 year old, who is to leave Southampton at the end of his contract, has not played a minute since being stretchered off at Cardiff City in late April.

Clarke cut goalkeeper Craig Gordon and defender John Souttar from his 28-man squad ahead of the tournament in Germany.

Scotland will take on the hosts in the opening game at the Allianz Arena on Friday, June 14. Hungary and Switzerland join them in Group A.

Full Scotland squad:

Angus Gunn, Zander Clark, Liam Kelly, Andy Robertson, Kieran Tierney, Jack Hendry, Ryan Porteous, Liam Cooper, Scott McKenna, Grant Hanley, Greg Taylor, Anthony Ralston, Ross McCrorie, Callum McGregor, Ryan Christie, Billy Gilmour, John McGinn, Kenny McLean, Scott McTominay, Stuart Armstrong, Ryan Jack, Che Adams, Tommy Conway, James Forrest, Lewis Morgan, Lawrence Shankland.