The 11-year-old aristocratic heir to Britain's richest man is having trials for Crewe Alexandra, and wants to play professional football for Liverpool.
Hugh, Earl Grosvenor is the son of the Duke of Westminster, the nation's wealthiest man with a £4 billion fortune.
The Duke is based at his 12,000 acre country pile, Eaton Hall, in Cheshire. Hugh has travelled to play at his local First Division side, Crewe, reports the Daily Express.
It has a renowned youth development scheme and has produced successful Premiership players including Liverpool's Danny Murphy and former England captain David Platt.
Hugh's trials have not lead to any offer so far.
His father had trials for Fulham when he was young but was obliged by his own father to concentrate on managing his inheritance which includes huge swathes of Mayfair and Belgravia.
Terry McPhillips, head of Crewe's youth academy, said: "It's hard to say when they're so young - he has potential. It's a question of seeing how they develop physically and technically."
The newspaper quotes the Duke as saying: "If he wanted to play for Liverpool, I would not stop him. He's very good."