With Barcelona suffering issues in attack due to the injuries to Luis Suarez and Ousmane Dembele, Quique Setien has called up B team forward Rey Manaj as backup for this weekend's home match against Getafe.
The 22-year-old striker only just arrived in Catalonia, joining from Albacete in January to help out the B team.
He arrived for 700,000 euros plus a potential 2m euros more in add-ons and has scored one goal - from the penalty spot - from his first two appearances with the B team.
Now, he could potentially debut with Setien's side and he has already become the first ever Albanian to make it into a squad list for the club's first team.
The player has spent most of his young career in Italy, where he was signed by Inter after impressing with Cremonese.
Although he made six appearances for Inter's first team, he was mostly sent out on loan and spent time at Pescara, Pisa, Granada and Albacete.
As a No.9 who can play with his back to goal and who can win the ball in the air thanks to his 1.82m frame, Rey Manaj has always been a useful player and he could be taking to the Camp Nou pitch this weekend.