Tottenham Hotspur have a very interesting transfer window coming up as Jose Mourinho makes the squad a little more his.
How will Mourinho do things at a club that doesn't have bottomless pits of money?
What kind of team will he build?
And what's going to happen with Christian Eriksen, who's linked with a move away this winter?
Eriksen, a key player at Spurs since his arrival in 2013, will enter the final six months of his contract this January.
So if they want to get any money for the playmaker, they'll have to sell.
It promises to be the biggest issue of their window and we may well see a potential replacement come in, too.
And according to the Belgian press, we may have an idea of who that is.
Because Les Sports claim that Mourinho has personally contacted Marouane Fellaini over a move to Spurs this winter.
Fellaini, now playing at Shandong Luneng Taishan in the Chinese Super League, played under Mourinho at Manchester United, of course.
He became something of a symbol of Mourinho's gameplan at Old Trafford, with Fellaini often utilised as a long-ball option in tight games.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer let him leave, however, just a month after Mourinho's exit.
Now, Fellaini probably isn't the player Spurs fans want to see come in - especially as any sort of replacement for Eriksen.
It is common for new managers to want some known players, of course, as they can help the team adjust to a new style.
Again, though, the style Fellaini brings wouldn't be the one Spurs fans hoped for in a post-Mauricio Pochettino world.News Now - Sport News