Wesley Sneijder could already be on the way out of OGC Nice after just a handful of months at the club.
The Dutchman joined le Gym in August, but has struggled to become a constant name on the team sheet, after four and a half years at Galatasaray. Sneijder has since made just five Ligue 1 appearances out of a possible sixteen with no direct goal contributions to his name.
Nice find themselves in free fall after finishing third last season, behind Paris Saint-Germain and champions Monaco.
Now, however, les Aiglons are currently thirteenth - four points above the drop - with the second worst record in goals conceded.
Having fallen out of favour in Lucien Favre's side, the Ajax youth academy graduate has been linked with moves to two American teams: LA Galaxy and LA FC.
The former Internazionale and Real Madrid man was linked with LA Galaxy before moving to France, as well as Serie A club Sampdoria and hometown team FC Utrecht.
Dutch source AD, though, claim Sneijder is on his way to cross-town rivals Los Angeles FC, who will be partaking in the MLS for the first time in 2018. The report states no deal is done, but a two-year deal is available.
The MLS is no stranger to big, famous players, of course. American fans have been blessed with the sight of Frank Lampard, Andrea Pirlo and Steven Gerrard, so it remains to be seen if Sneijder crosses the divide.