According to The Record, Celtic hitman Moussa Dembele will be available for Tuesday's Champions League qualifier with AEK Athens.
The Celtic star missed Wednesday's 1-1 draw in the first leg with a hamstring injury, which also sidelined him for both games against Rosenborg in the last round.
AEK have a narrow advantage after securing a potentially-vital away goal in Parkhead earlier this week.
However, The Record claims that Dembele is fit enough to make the trip to Greece next week for the 'massive' showdown.
If true, it's a stunning development for Brendan Rodgers's side, who need all the firepower they can get.
Odsonne Edouard is in great form, but Dembele, who has scored goals in the Champions League group stages in recent years, has a bit more experience than his compatriot and Celtic's hopes of progressing might well hinge on his availability.
The former Fulham star will not be available for this afternoon's trip to Hearts in the Scottish Premiership.
Progression on Tuesday will see Rodgers's side reach the fourth and final round of Champions League qualifiers, putting them potentially 180 minutes away from reaching the group phase for the third season on the spin.