Tottenham midfielder Jermaine Jenas and Chelsea striker Didier Drogba could both be heading to Internazionale before the transfer window closes.
Inter boss Jose Mourinho has expressed his interest in the two players and has not ruled out the possibility of them both moving to Italy.
"Jermaine Jenas and Didier Drogba - these are both players that I like," the former FC Porto and Chelsea manager told The Daily Telegraph.
"Drogba is a very special player for me, there is no doubt about it.
"We had a great relationship at Chelsea and he was an important player for me. Will something happen? I don't know.
"I like players adapted to my style of play, my philosophy of play. If I know them and have a good feeling from the past it is better, but I always feel I can create this kind of good feeling with players that I have never worked with before.
"I never worked with Jenas but he is a player I have followed. When he was at Tottenham, even when he was at Newcastle, he was a player that I liked very much. Who knows?
"If it is true that Tottenham have some targets in the Inter squad, then why not?
"Maybe then there is a possibility of doing a swap. But everything is harder in January and I don't think Inter will go into the market."