According to the Daily Mail, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola could look to sell Yaya Toure, Jesus Navas and Wilfried Bony upon his arrival this summer.
Almost a week ago, City announced that current manager Manuel Pellegrini would be leaving the club at the end of the season, with Spanish coach Guardiola arriving as his replacement.
The former Barcelona man, who boasts three La Liga titles, two Champions League titles, three UEFA Super Cups, three Club World Cups and two Bundesliga titles to his name as a manager, is regarded as the best coach in football, and will leave Bayern Munich for the Etihad Stadium this summer.
It's an exciting step for City, who are reeling after a 3-1 defeat at home to Leicester City on Saturday, which has put their title challenge in doubt - and Guardiola will be brought in to help City dominate English football.
Now, the Daily Mail report that Guardiola will look to re-shape the City squad, and whilst players coming in will be focused upon, players going out will also be on his to-do list.
It's stated that Yaya Toure could be on the chopping block, which is no great surprise given that it was Guardiola who sold the Ivorian to City back in the summer of 2010.
The report also claims that Spanish winger Jesus Navas - who has regularly been criticised for his lack of end product - could also leave, along with striker Wilfried Bony. Guardiola's systems have never really featured a big, physical forward like Bony, and it's tough to see him having a role under the Spaniard.
'Pep' will want to put his own stamp on the City side, and there are likely to be plenty of exits upon his arrival this summer, with other fringe, underperforming or ageing players almost certainly at risk.
Should City sell Toure, Navas and Bony?