If rumours are to be believed, Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is a manager very much in demand.
The Celtic manager has been previously linked with Everton and Arsenal in recent weeks and time will tell whether this is his last season at Parkhead.
If it is, Rodgers will be leaving big shoes to fill for his successor, but should the Hoops' hierarchy explore the idea of bringing former West Ham United boss Slaven Bilic to Glasgow?
Like Rodgers, Bilic would be heading North of the border with a reputation to rebuild after being sacked by West Ham earlier this season.
But the Croat did initially look like an outstanding appointment after leading the Irons to a seventh-placed finish in the 2015-16 campaign - a season where Champions League qualification was on the cards - and surely the Scottish Premiership giants couldn't baulk at a name that carries that much clout.
The former Besiktas coach also proved himself a shrewd operator in the transfer market early on and four signings that he made within his first six months in East London remain big players for the Premier League side - Pedro Obiang, Angelo Ogbonna, Michail Antonio and Manuel Lanzini.
Not only that, but the 49-year-old also found and spent £500,000 on a certain Cenk Tosun for Besiktas in 2014, the Turkish hitman who Everton paid £27 million for in January and the ability to spot and nurture future gems will always be a valuable tool at a club like Celtic.
Fans of the Parkhead club would be devastated to see Rodgers leave, but it's imperative that the Bhoys hire someone capable of building on the foundations that Rodgers could leave behind and there are far worse candidates than Bilic. Are there many better available?