Liverpool are keen on rookie Romanian goalkeeper Valentin Cojocaru according to talkSPORT.
The 16-year-old stopper is widely regarded as one of the brightest young talents to come out of eastern Europe, and is currently on the books at Steaua Bucharest.
Cojocaru has been offered the chance to train with Liverpool at the club's Melwood academy - where Reds boss Kenny Dalglish will ask his team of coaches to determine whether or not the teenager could have a future at Anfield.
The Merseysiders are blessed with great goalkeeping options, with Pepe Reina, Alexander Doni and Brad Jones the three first-choice stoppers vying for the No.1 spot.
And with Peter Gulacsi and Martin Hansen also making a name for themselves in the youth and reserve teams, Cojocaru will face a difficult task in convincing Liverpool he can bring additional value.