Andre Villas-Boas is ready to continue his overhauling of the Tottenham squad after midfielders Aaron Lennon and Rafael van der Vaart were both linked with a possible exit.
The Spurs boss clearly has a vision in mind and he has been quick to put his own stamp on the side by telling former captain Michael Dawson that he can leave the club.
With the money raised by the sale of Luka Modric, a number of players have been linked with a move to White Hart Lane, but it seems there could still be more players leaving the club before the transfer window closes on Friday.
The Daily Mail has reported that Lennon could be the next established player told he can find a new club as Villas-Boas looks to complete a number of deals in the coming days.
Spurs have already had a £15million bid for Fulham's Moussa Dembele accepted, while they have also made offers for Rennes midfielder Yann M'Vila and Lyon goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.
Talks with Shakhtar Donetsk are under way as they look to sign midfielder Willian who could well act as a replacement for Dutch international Van der Vaart.
The attacking midfielder already has competition in the form of Gylfi Sigurdsson and is wanted by his former club Hamburg.
The Evening Standard has reported that Tottenham have begun negotiations with the German side and are demanding as much as £14.2million for the midfielder.
The arrival of Dembele would also cast further doubt on the future of Van der Vaart, with the Standard suggesting that Hamburg are prepared to make an opening offer of £9.5million.
While there has been plenty of speculation about the future of Van der Vaart, it would come as a surprise if Tottenham were to part company with Lennon.
The England winger has been with the club for seven years and has nearly always been considered an important member of the first team.
However, the Mail is reporting that Spurs have already missed out on signing Adam Johnson who was viewed as a potential replacement for Lennon.
Villas-Boas is clearly determined to put his mark on the squad and it appears as though it will be a busy few days for everyone involved at the club.