Arsenal pair Alexis Sanchez and Hector Bellerin are being targeted for January moves according to reports.
The Chilean forward has been the subject of strong speculation in recent weeks, with claims that he is demanding more money than the Gunners have been willing to pay thus far.
Sanchez will enter the final 18 months of his contract should terms not be agreed on an extension by January, which could lead to a stressful winter window for us.
Manchester City were linked with an interest in reuniting the forward with former boss Pep Guardiola, but now Juventus have emerged as preparing an offer for him.
Hector Bellerin is now said to be a strong target for former club Barcelona. The Catalan club are not happy with Dani Alves replacement Aleix Vidal, and the club have already been talking about the Arsenal full-back throughout the summer.
The young defender is one of the first names on the Gunners team sheet, and his form even earned him a place in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year last term.
Bellerin was also promoted from the Spain Under-21 side to the senior squad this summer, and a move to one of the two main Spanish sides would be a huge boost to his chances of earning a regular role in the starting XI.
Mesut Ozil is also in the same contractual situation as Sanchez, but has reiterated on a number of occasions that he is happy, while Sanchez has not.
Bellerin has also said he is happy and enjoying his role in North London, but could he be tempted to return?
Would one of these exits trigger another? Could a Sanchez move make Ozil consider his future also?