Liverpool were heavily linked with a move for Aaron Ramsey last summer.
According to The Mirror, Liverpool tried to sign the Arsenal attacker, but the Gunners held firm.
And if Jurgen Klopp still wants him at Anfield, it's not too late to make it happen.
Speculation is rife [Sky Sports] that Ramsey has agreed a £140,000k-a-week deal to join Juventus on a Bosman this summer.
But BBC Sport claim that those reports are wide of the mark and suggest that the 27-year-old would 'favour' a move to Liverpool if he were to remain in England.
Ramsey, who's 'almost certain' to move abroad, needs a reason to snub interest from a number of European giants and if Klopp signals an interest then he just might.
After all, we're talking about the potential Premier League champions. Why wouldn't he jump at the chance to join the Reds?
Liverpool don't have anybody like Ramsey since selling Philippe Coutinho, and the German manager really must consider hijacking Juve's interest and asking the question.
What does he have to lose? Nothing, but there's a lot to possibly gain if the Wales international winds up on Merseyside.