Is Gamez (not James) next in at Newcastle?
Gamez's arrival would almost certainly spell the end of Daryl Janmaat's Magpies career, with the Dutchman already being linked with a move away - to Italy, most probably, with Napoli, Juventus and Inter all linked (Chronicle).
Despite a poor few years for the club as a whole Janmaat hasn't fared too badly on Tyneside, and his displays while at Feyenoord and for the Dutch national team mean Premier League interest can also be expected - with two teams perhaps more appropriate than most.
In one corner there's Everton, whose manager Ronald Koeman was also Janmaat's manager in Rotterdam. Though Seamus Coleman is almost certain to be first choice when fit, there are few options beyond the Irishman now Tony Hibbert has left.
Koeman worked with Janmaat at Feyenoord
In the other lies West Ham United, who often used winger Michail Antonio as a makeshift right-back last season.
Winger Antonio was often a makeshift right-back last season
They too have lost a real one this summer, with Joey O'Brien let go, and had previously seen Carl Jenkinson return to Arsenal earlier than planned due to injury.
Though Sam Byram was signed from Leeds United in January - incidentally at Everton's expense - he remains a work in progress, and has just four top-flight appearances to his name.
Could either club offer Janmaat a Premier League lifeline? And would an all-Dutch reunion or the prospect of regular matches have the biggest bearing on his decision?
Janmaat: A goner if Gamez arrives?