Some Rangers fans are struggling to believe that Chelsea have allowed the Gers to sign Nathan Young-Coombes.
Young-Coombes moved to Rangers on a two-and-a-half-year contract in January, after spells in the youth systems of Chelsea and Crystal Palace - his boyhood club.
And the 16-year-old striker has already made a positive impact on his new employers, helping the Ibrox side's Under-17s to the ALKASS International Cup final this week.
On current form, though, it may not be long until Young-Coombes outgrows that particular age group.
And the following Rangers fans are already excited by the Englishman's potential - which, if fulfilled, could help to ease the pain of losing another youngster, Billy Gilmour, to Chelsea last year.
Looks a player and a half mate lucky to get him— Stevie D ( close enough ) (@stephdavis32) February 13, 2019
Watching the young @RangersFC team play in the semi final of a tournament and the boy young-coombes looks some player we've done well to get him on the books— Stevie D ( close enough ) (@stephdavis32) February 13, 2019
Looks a player! Wonder why Chelsea let him go. Hopefully we can keep a hold of him unlike Billy Gilmour.— David Risager (@David_Risager) February 13, 2019
Tbf we took this one off Chelsea.— Ibrox Loyal (@IL_Official) February 13, 2019
If he keeps that form up, Al feel a bit better about them stealing Gilmour
That boy Nathan Young-Coombes is gonna be some player one day. Looks like we got an absolute steal from Chelsea— Ross Edmonds (@rosssssss91) February 13, 2019
Good recruitment here. Made a great impact at this tournament— Royal Blue (@RoyalBlue1872) February 13, 2019
Sell him for 50mil the next windae— Jamesy (@jimmynipple) February 13, 2019
Rangers beat Japan's Kashiwa 5-1 in the semi-finals on Wednesday, courtesy of goals from Arron Lyall, Young-Coombes, Kai Kennedy (two) and Alexander Lowry.
The young Gers will now face AS Roma in the final in Qatar on Friday.
How good a signing could Young-Coombes be for Steven Gerrard's Rangers?