Liverpool are reportedly looking to bring Benfica midfielder Eduardo Salvio to Anfield in the summer.
The Reds, according to reports in Portugal, are keen admirers of the winger - and are hopeful proposed changes to the work permit scenario will be introduced in order to help complete any deal later this year.
Players arriving from outside the EU must meet strict criteria based on international appearances and, with Salvio having only played a handful of times for Argentina, he would struggle to make a move to the Premier League.
FA chairman Greg Dyke, though, is keen to see the rules changed so any player with a value surpassing £10million would avoid hitting any red tape.
At present, Liverpool will have to apply for the permit, and although they will probably need a change in the law to secure Salvio's services, it is not likely to deter Brendan Rodgers' pursuit of the 24-year-old.