Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is believed to be wanting to bring Harry Wilson to Parkhead this summer.
Celtic may have an advantage in the race to sign Harry Wilson from Liverpool due to the success of Patrick Roberts.
Rangers have been linked with Wilson for much of the summer so far, but the Scottish Sun suggest that Celtic are now interested in the youngster too.
Rangers and Liverpool obviously have a link in Steven Gerrard, who has worked with Wilson as a youngster.
However, Celtic may feel that they have their own way of being able to persuade Wilson to Parkhead.
Celtic only need to point to Roberts time with them to prove how good a move to Scotland could be for Wilson.
Roberts joined Celtic for two and a half seasons, and he thrived with Brendan Rodgers’ side.
Roberts and Wilson possess a similar skill-set, with the pair both tricky wingers, who love to run at defenders.
And Wilson only needs to look at Roberts’ spell with Celtic to see how good a move to Parkhead could be for his career.