Is this a sight which could soon be seen again at Newcastle United?
The Sunday newspapers in England are again looking at possible summer purchases and departures.
Andy Carroll, Iker Casillas and Julio Cesar are among those names being linked with moves to and from the Premier League when the transfer window reopens for summer trading.
Here we round up the latest speculation stories from across the English top flight.
Newcastle, though, could turn their attention to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang instead if they cannot agree to terms for Carroll, 24, who is currently on a season-long loan with West Ham United.
Liverpool bought Carroll from Newcastle for £35 million in January 2011, but Anfield manager Brendan Rodgers allowed him to leave the club for Upton Park last August.
The Real club captain, 31, has fallen out of favour with Real manager Jose Mourinho at the Bernabeu Stadium, and Arsene Wenger could offer him a way out with a move to North London, claims the report.
Casillas, who lifted the World Cup in 2010 and the 2008 and 2012 European Championship trophy as Spain captain, would represent a stellar signing for the Gunners.
The Manchester City captain signed a six-year deal with the club last year, but that will not deter the La Liga giants, according to the report.
Kompany, 26, was involved in a club vs. country row with City manager Roberto Mancini last month after playing for Belgium in a World Cup qualifier against Macedonia following a lengthy injury absence from the Etihad Stadium first team (The Guardian).
Barcelona are looking for a long-term replacement for defender Carles Puyol, who is now 34.
The Brazil international goalkeeper is understood to have a release clause in his Queens Park Rangers contract, which will allow him to move on if the Loftus Road club are relegated to the Championship, claims the report.
The 33-year-old joined QPR last year from Inter Milan, but may soon be returning to the Italian city over fears he will not be selected for his country in the 2014 World Cup on home soil, says the newspaper.
Another QPR man on the move if the club are relegated could be forward Loic Remy, reports the Sunday People.
The France international joined the West London side in January for £8 million from Marseille, but the newspaper reports that Remy has a release clause in his deal allowing him to leave if Rangers go down.
The People claims Gunners boss Arsene Wenger was interested in the 26-year-old in January but resisted a move due to concerns over Remy's fitness.
But the striker has scored four times in seven appearances for QPR since his move from French football.