Liverpool have reportedly joined the growing list of Premier League teams interested in AIK Solna strikers Teteh Bangura and Mohamed Bangura.
Scouts from Liverpool were at the game against Halmstad BK along with a reported 10 other representatives from other European clubs to watch the unrelated Sierra Leonean Bangura pair.
Teteh Bangura would have no doubt impressed the hordes of watching scouts as he netted all four goals in the 4-0 victory.
Mohamed Bangura, 21, provided two assists for his countrymen before he departed the field prematurely through injury.
Newcastle, Tottenham and Chelsea have been keeping tabs on the duo, in particular Mohamed, but could now potentially be pipped by free spending Liverpool.
And their agent Patrick Mork expects one of the sought after attackers to leave the Swedish club before the end of the transfer window.
"I expect that at least one of them will leave," said Mork. "I don't know if that's just me being optimistic or realistic.
"But all players want to move on, and it's my job to help them."