Celtic caretaker manager Neil Lennon could be moving to Fulham at the end of the season.
The Irishman is one of the numerous candidates for the post vacated by Scott Parker.
The Cottagers are relegated from the English Premier League and are in dire need of a fresh start.
Could Lenny be the one to bring that, and what will this mean for the Hoops?
Neil Lennon may head south again
The 47-year-old temporary boss is on the radar of chiefs in the London club according to the Scottish Sun.
Despite getting Celtic over the line to the league and setting up a Scottish Cup final, his future is still in doubt.
Fulham could offer the Irishman stability and a good budget to work with and a familiar name too with Stefan Johansen on their books.
A lot of hoops fans don’t want Lennon as manager as it seen as taking a step back compared to former gaffer Brendan Rodgers.
However, the former captain is getting the results, even if the performances aren’t there.
Should he win the treble with Celtic, then he will have a strong case to answer for the permanent post.
This said, Lennon may want to get his stock back up down south after his dismal run as Bolton boss.
Neil Lennon not the only Premiership manager in frame
According to The Sun, Kilmarnock manager is another man in the mindset of the Fulham board.
The Scotsman has worked wonders under a shoestring budget at Killie and does have plans to go back to England where his family are based.
Fulham would be a massive opportunity for Clarke to also get his stock in England high again.
This said, the Scotland post has become available again and Clarke or even Lennon may be candidates.
The next manager for both positions may fall down to circumstances.
Could Clarke be secretly eyeing the Celtic post or does Lennon even want to go to Fulham at all?
This all remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure, movement on all three positions must be done fast.