Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers appear to have signed a 16-year-old.
Rangers have signed former Queen's Park youth Jordan Critchley.
The 16-year-old has, according to The Mail, penned a two-year contract at Rangers, who are yet to confirm his arrival.
Critchley himself, however, appears to have confirmed a switch by posting a photo on his official Twitter page.
He is the 10th player to arrive at Ibrox this summer but, at 16, he is unlikely to play a big role with Pedro Caixinha's senior side.
The Gers kick off their Scottish Premiership season on Sunday with a trip to Motherwell and there is slightly more optimism about a positive season than there was, say, a few weeks ago.
Caixinha's side ended pre-season on a positive note by beating Sheffield Wednesday 2-0 on Sunday, having also beaten Watford and drew with Marseille recently.
They were crucial warm-up matches after a shock Europa League exit to Progres meant that the Glasgow giants had a free schedule.