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My question is whether for every extension of number fields $L\subset K$, and for every $f_0(x),...,f_n(x)$ in $K[x]$, there is some $\alpha\in L$ such that $$f_n(\alpha)T^n+...+f_1(\alpha)T+f_0(\alpha)$$ is irreducible as a polynomial in $K[T]$.

If $L=K$ this is known from Hilbert's Irreducibility Theorem. I find it hard to believe that there is a counter-example to this, but on the other hand I can't seem to conjure up a proof.

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# A question related to Hilbert's Irreducibility Theorem

My question is whether for every extension of number fields $L\subset K$, and for every $f_0(x),...,f_n(x)$ in $K[x]$, there is some $\alpha\in L$ such that $$f_n(\alpha)T^n+...+f_1(\alpha)T+f_0(\alpha)$$ is irreducible as a polynomial in $K[T]$.

If $L=K$ this is known from Hilbert's Irreducibility Theorem. I find it to believe that there is a counter-example to this, but on the other hand I can't seem to conjure up a proof.