Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara is being monitored by Serie A champions Juventus, according to reports in the English media.
The Finnish international has proven a bargain since his £50,000 move from Dundee in January and reports last month suggested a number of Premier League and English Championship teams were scouting the player.
Gers boss Steven Gerrard has previously said that he is aware of interest in Kamara, and it appears Juve are the latest club to take a look at him.
The Italian side reportedly see the 24-year-old as a promising talent that they could develop, but Rangers are unlikely to let him go without a fight.
It has been claimed that the Light Blues have slapped an £8m asking price on Kamara to ward off potential suitors and Gerrard has stated that no player will be sold in January.
The price tag will certainly deter bidders, and it remains to be seen whether Juventus will follow up their interest with a concrete offer.