According to the Daily Mail, Chris Ramsey could reunite with Tim Sherwood at Aston Villa - if he is allowed to leave QPR this summer.
Villa appointed Sherwood back in February, and he added Mark Robson and Kevin MacDonald to his coaching staff in the first few weeks of his reign.
However, the Daily Mail believe that Sherwood is desperate to reunite with his former Tottenham assistant Chris Ramsey, who is of course in charge of Queens Park Rangers.
Ramsey took charge at Loftus Road after the departure of Harry Redknapp in February, and whilst he led his side to a vital 2-0 win at Sunderland, QPR have lost the last five games in a row.
Relegation to the Championship looks inevitable for the R's, and that could mean Ramsey is let go in order to appoint a new manager in the second tier.
Ramsey may not be out of work for long if he does leave QPR though, as the Daily Mail believe Sherwood wants to reunite with him at Villa Park.
The duo worked well together at Tottenham, but went their separate ways after Mauricio Pochettino's appointment at White Hart Lane last summer.
Ramsey even admitted to the QPR YouTube channel earlier this season that he was 'torn' over the chance to reunite with Sherwood or stay with QPR - and he could faced with the chance to work with the Villa boss again this summer, if the Daily Mail are to be believed.