Rangers have taken AFC Sudbury striker Shane Temple on loan at Auchenhowie this week, according to the Scotsman.
The online outlet have reported on their website that the 18-year-old is expected to take his place in an 11-a-side internal game as he looks to catch the eye.
The Bears and Steven Gerrard will run the rule over the young talisman before making an eventual decision on any potential transfers.
Temple has enjoyed a successful couple of years with Sudbury, but this would be a gigantic move to Glasgow should he succeed.
The attacking talent even scored four goals in one game against Harborough Town in the qualifying rounds of the English FA Cup last year.
Having tasted success at that level, Temple was handed the Young Player of the Year award at the end of last season for his journey through the academy.
The success on the pitch is something that the Bears want to continue, and they are ready to continue that dominance for more than this season.
Gerrard has worked in the Liverpool academy, and bringing through younger players is something he will take huge credit for; just look at the likes of Nathan Patterson.
Temple clearly has some excitement surrounding his name, but it will be a different kettle of fish when he takes to the pitch at Auchenhowie.
The 18-year-old will need to do something special to catch the eye, this one has come out of nowhere.