Celtic are reportedly hoping to bring Liverpool's Harry Wilson to the club.
Celtic are in the market for reinforcements this summer, and manager Brendan Rodgers may be looking to secure a favour from former club Liverpool in the coming days.
The Bhoys have tied up just the one signing this summer, as forward Odsonne Edouard penned a permanent deal with the club having impressed on loan from Paris Saint-Germain.
With Patrick Roberts returning to Manchester City after the end of his two-and-a-half year loan spell with Celtic, Rodgers may now be in the market for another winger, preferably one who can cut in on his left foot just like Roberts.
Earlier this week, Celtic were strongly linked with a move to rival Rangers for Liverpool winger Harry Wilson, and the Daily Record report that the Bhoys will step up their bid for him this week.
Wilson, 21, has made just one first-team appearance for Liverpool after joining the club way back in 2005, and was subsequently farmed out on loan to Hull City for the second half of last season.
The Welsh winger starred with the Tigers, hitting seven goals and three assists in just 13 games for Hull, but he still looks unlikely to break into the Liverpool first team this season.
Now, Celtic fans have been digging through Wilson's old messages on Twitter, and found one from 2011 in which he was cheering on Celtic on the day that the Bhoys beat Old Firm rivals Rangers 1-0 at Celtic Park.
With Rangers reportedly keen too, that message has gone down well with Celtic fans, who are now urging Wilson to head to Celtic Park this summer having clearly had some affection for the club in the past.
Get up the road ya baller Paradise awaits. pic.twitter.com/p0gmFSkitu— Simply  Celtic (@TheHoopsFan) July 4, 2018
Paradise awaits— Declan Brady (@Bhoys88Brady) July 4, 2018
See you soon at Celtic Park Harry.— Brian (@celtic1967) July 4, 2018
Sign that deal wee man— Tam Spraggins (@Ryan02449173) July 4, 2018
Go harry lad. Get them papers signed son. https://t.co/vJq1qLDLqM— Aidan McMillan (@Aidsterrr) July 4, 2018