You can now get odds on Peter Schmeichel's grandson winning the Premier League
Footballing dynasties have played a big part in the Premier League.
Darren Ferguson won the league as a player under his father Alex in the competition's first season, while both Ian Wright and son Shaun Wright-Phillips have winner's medals of their own.
Now we can add Peter and Kasper Schmeichel to the list, after the Leicester City goalkeeper joined his father in winning the competition for the first time at the age of 29.
And now Sky Bet are offering odds on Kasper's son Max also lifting the trophy, despite the youngster still being in primary school.
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Sky Bet are offering 250/1 on Max winning the Premier League in his lifetime, though you might have to wait a while as the youngest Schmeichel boy was only born in 2010.
If you're feeling really ambitious, however, you can bet on lightning striking for a third time.
That's right, Max Schmeichel to emulate both Peter and Kasper by winning the Premier League title at the age of 29 is available at 1000/1.
Those might sound like long odds, but you've got to remember that Leicester were 5000/1 to win this season's title. If that can happen, then surely we can't rule out a child growing up to do what his father and grandfather did.