A lot can be said to be happening at the Manchester City camp after their two-year ban from any European competition, and even though manager Pep Guardiola has promised to stay, the club is reportedly looking at replacements.
Guardiola has one more season remaining in his contract and there have been no talks of a renewal.
City chiefs Ferran Soriano and Txiki Begiristain have identified former Arsenal midfielder and now Nice manager Patrick Vieira, according to The Athletic.
After his retirement in 2013, Vieira spent two-and-a-half years learning his coaching trade before managing MLS side New York City FC and now Nice.
City is currently second on the log and has the upper hand in the UCL round of 16 clash against Real Madrid after their 2-1 win at the Bernabeu.
Much will be revealed in the coming weeks and months but of course, there are more important things to worry about at the moment.