Red Bull Salzburg have been a feeder club for top sides in other leagues for a number of years now and they could put out a strong team with the players they have helped develop.
When the Austria Bundesliga club face Liverpool on Wednesday in the Champions League they will come up against two of their former players in Sadio Mane and Naby Keita.
Their close relationship with RB Leipzig has seen many players go on to play for the Bundesliga club over the years.
Here at talkSPORT.com, we’ve taken a look at how their team could look with current and former players.
Moanes Dabbur had a superb record with Salzburg with 72 goals in 126 games, including 37 goals in all competitions last season.
The striker agreed a deal to join Sevilla in January but stayed with the Austrian side until the end of the season.
Erling Bruat Haaland has all the potential to be one of the world’s best strikers and has scored a staggering 17 goals in 10 games this season.
This includes a hat-trick in the Champions League against Genk and it is unlikely he will be at the club beyond this season.
Top clubs including Manchester United and Barcelona are thought to be scouting him.
Sadio Mane has established himself as one of the best players in world football at the moment while playing for Liverpool and he had a two season spell with Salzburg earlier in his career.
The Austrian club signed him from Metz in 2012 and, after 45 goals in 87 games, he was sold to Southampton for £11.8million.
Naby Keita is the second Liverpool player who plied his trade with Salzburg. He moved there in 2014 before joining their sister club RB Leipzig in 2016.
The Reds activated his release clause in August 2017, which was £48m, and he went on to join the club 12 months later.
Amadou Haidara has been dubbed the next Keita because of his similarities to the Liverpool midfielder.
He is on the same path as Keita as the 21-year-old joined Leipzig and their sporting director, Ralf Rangnick, hoped he could emulate the midfielder.
“We’ve been following his progress in Salzburg, as he’s developed into an absolutely exceptional player there. There aren’t many players his age with so much potential. He has all the requirements to follow in Naby Keita’s footsteps.”
On the right side of midfield would be Valentino Lazaro, who was sold to Hertha Berlin in 2017 for £9.45m.
This summer he was then sold on Inter Milan but has so far only made one appearance in the Champions League.
Bernardo is another player who has been part of the Red Bull network of clubs first starting at Brasil before joining Salzburg then Leipzig.
Brighton paid £9m for the left-back last summer and he has gone on to make 30 total appearances for the club.
Centre-back Duje Caleta-Car spent four seasons at Salzburg before a £17.1m move to Marseille in 2018.
He helped the Austrian club reach the semi-final of the Europa League before they lost out to Marseille.
Leipzig centre back Dayot Upamecano started off his career with Salzburg before joining the Bundesliga side and looks like he could be a start of the future.
Arsenal were rumoured to be after him in the summer before they signed William Saliba. They could again look at signing the France Under-21 international in January as they are in desperate need of a centre back.
Stefan Lainer joined Salzburg for just £150,000 in 2015 and made a decent profit four years later when Borussia Monchengladbach paid £11.25million for the right back.
His performances for the side saw him called up to the Austria national team and he has helped Monchengladbach make a strong start to the season as they sit fifth in the Bundesliga.
Cican Stankovic joined Red Bull Salzburg in 2015 but took him a while to establish himself as their No. 1 goalkeeper.
Last season, he kept 14 clean sheets in 28 games and this season already has three.
The 26-year-old is developing into a top goalkeeper and was recently called up to the Austria national side.