Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is reportedly keen on raiding Liverpool for their teenage goalkeeper Kamil Grabara.
According to the Daily Express, Gerrard is a huge admirer of the 6ft 4in colossus and previously worked with him when he was an academy coach on Merseyside.
It is understood that Liverpool are more likely to loan the 19-year-old out then sell him and the Gers are believed to be keen on signing a goalkeeper in January.
Grabara is a highly-rated talent that is yet to feature at senior level for Liverpool, but a star at youth level and often trains with the first team.
The Poland Under-21 international is tipped to have a huge future ahead of him and it makes sense for Gerrard to pursue players he knows.
But Grabara could end up being an issue for current Rangers youngster Robby McCrorie if he ends up at Ibrox.
McCrorie is a Gers prodigy that is currently the third-choice goalkeeper option under Gerrard, but has a lot of promise.
The 20-year-old is a Scotland Under-21 international and may well have his eyes on becoming the long-term successor to Rangers number one Allan McGregor.
McCrorie has been included on the bench for a few first-team games this season and it seems like an opportunity may be just around the corner, but the potential signing of Grabara would surely block his path.