Released Reading striker Joseph Mendes has posted a photo of himself wearing a Birmingham City shirt to Instagram.
Mendes was freed by the Royals last month after two seasons in Berkshire.
And the 27-year-old's latest social media update has got fans of Reading and Birmingham alike wondering if he has already found a new club - although he does appear to be wearing Royals shorts still.
This is what they are saying on Twitter...
Wtf— Saul (@SaulSmith22) 5 June 2018
They’ll love him there, likes a goal at Villa— Deano (@deanocx) June 5, 2018
Watch him put 3 past us this season ♂️— Nick Long (@NickMLong) 5 June 2018
Might just be a blues fan— Matt King (@KINGY10193) 5 June 2018
Doubt there’s anything in this, he’s probably a blues fan that’s all, he wouldn’t be training in the home shirt if he was training with blues— Joe Stringfellow (@Joe_String176) June 5, 2018
My guess would be that he's out of contract and we said we would take a look at him and let him train with us. If he's any good then sign him up and if he's shit just tell him thanks but no thanks.— Billy (@Bill_BCFC_) June 5, 2018
Mendes only scored three goals in 20 games for Reading, but could prove a popular addition if he is to join Birmingham - having struck two of those against Aston Villa last season, as mentioned above.
A knee injury restricted the Frenchman to just four first team appearances in 2017-18 - not enough to secure a contract under new manager Paul Clement.
Birmingham are down to three senior strikers - Lukas Jutkiewicz, Che Adams and Isaac Vassell - after Sam Gallagher's return to Southampton.
Could the former Reading man be Birmingham bound?