Blackburn are looking at Danish starlet Adda Djeziri.
18-year-old Djeziri is very highly rated in Denmark and almost joined Rangers earlier this year.
He spent a number of months at Ibrox after joining on loan in January and was set to move permanently after impressing in the youth set-up, until Paul Le Guen left the club.
Following Le Guen's departure the move fell through and now Blackburn are set to take advantage.
Djeziri, who has Algerian family roots, has been training with Rovers and is understood to have impressed Mark Hughes and the club's staff.
Now Rovers are set to hold talks with his club Frem about a possible deal.
"I think he has done well and it looks good at the moment," Frem's sporting director Hans Hermansen told skysports.com.
"We will be having further talks this week, but we are expecting a yes or no soon."