Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon is being linked with a move to Hull City.
The 27-year-old featured against them off the bench at the weekend in a 2-1 win, and his display is said to have done enough to persuade Steve Bruce to push for his signature.
For Spurs despite his strong display, it's a case of problem solved, having already decided what their asking price will be.
The Mirror report: "The former England winger will be allowed to leave White Hart Lane for around £7million this January and Hull boss Bruce is keen to strike a deal."
Lennon originally signed for only £1 million back in 2005 from Leeds, and was immediately touted as a future club great.
He was voted Tottenham Player of the Year in 2008/09, netting five Premier League goals, a tally he has not topped since.
This season he has made only one Premier League start, playing a total of 150 minutes, and has only one start in the Europa League.
It's clear he is not part of Mauricio Pochettino's plans, with the only argument against that being the Argentine could reconsider after the weekend and reward him with more chances, yet even that could bring in more suitors for his services and see Tottenham land their asking price.