Ipswich Town manager Roy Keane has admitted that three of his players are in talks with three different clubs over possible transfers from Portman Road.
The former Republic of Ireland ace has refused to lift the lid on which players are on the verge of moves from the Championship outfit, but has suggested that if the trio do go, replacements will be brought in next week.
"We've had offers coming in for some of our senior players," Keane told the club's official website. "While I know we need players in, I'm also aware that we need to let some of our players go and negotiations are going on.
"We haven't accepted any offers for our players but talks are ongoing with three clubs about three players.
"I'm fairly relaxed about it because, even if we agree a fee with a club, it will be down to the player if he wants to go but I think we're close on one or two and it could be that we have three players in next week and three moving on."