With reports growing that Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor may be leaving the club, is it possible that Spurs have something up their sleeve in the hunt for a replacement.
One of the names previously linked with the North London club is Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko, a forward that has enjoyed vast success at the home of the Champions, picking up two league titles in his time there.
After a lack of game time at the Etihad, and with the arrival of Wilfried Bony joining their ranks, could Dzeko leave in the search for regular first-team football?
Linked with a £12million move to Fenerbahce by the Daily Mail yesterday, it is clear that the striker is looking for a move away from Manchester. A large price-tag may prevent Daniel Levy from attempting a deal, although with Adebayor being linked to Queens Park Rangers, Stoke City and others thus far, the Tottenham chairman could be forced to bring in a strong partner for Harry Kane, who has signed a new deal today.
The forward clearly has some talent, making over 120 appearances for the Manchester-based club. At age 28, Spurs may hope that the price tag for the Bosnian international may come down, with his desperation to move another important factor.
With the clock ticking, could this be one of the biggest coups of the window so far?