Giovani dos Santos has been struggling to make an impact at Tottenham since joining them from Spanish giants Barcelona in 2008.
Since joining the north London club, the 23-year-old has had loan spells at Ipswich City, Galatasaray and Racing Santander.
What seem to be the problems with this talented Mexico international attacker at White Hart Lane? It's hard for him to even make the bench under former manager Harry Redknapp.
Dos Santos, was a member of the Mexico team who won the Under-17 World Cup. He then made his debut for the Mexico senior team in 2007 and played in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa where he managed to shine.
He has scored 14 goals from 59 appearances for Mexico - which is not bad, of course.
So dos Santos does have the quality of a good striker and skillful as well to entertain crowd.
Spurs have a new boss in Andre Villas-Boas but things still look not that bright for dos Santos as his name has not been mentioned by the former Porto and Chelsea manager in reports by the press. . Dos Santos is naturally frustrated and wants to be out of White Hart Lane and ply his trade with another club - especially in Spain.
But until now, there is still no news of a club who have made a concrete enquiry on him.
It's frustrating right? Right.
However, the good news for this 'muchacho' is that he has a good chance to prove his worth at the London Olympics which begins next week as Mexico are one of the teams participating.
The Mexicans are in Group B together with South Korea, Gabon and Switzerland and should be able to advance to the knock-out stage from this group as they have capable players with experience as well.
Dos Santos, a product of Barca's youth academy La Masia when he joined at the age of 11, just have to in London as there will surely be scouts from European clubs in London observing players in action in view of the new season which begins next month.
Or may AVB will impressed and include him in the Portuguese's plans for Spurs. This can always happen.
Well... perhaps, dos Santos can pay a visit to Malaysia if he still fail to find a team who offer him more playing time or finally making an impact at Spurs so that he 'mandi áir bunga'.
Anyway, Primera Liga club Valencia confirmed that a "preliminary agreement" has been reached with both Real Madrid and Fernando Gago over a transfer to the Mestalla,.
The Argentina international midfielder was deemed surplus to requirements by Blancos boss Jose Mourinho last summer and was loaned to Roma, with a view to a permanent transfer at the end of last season.
However, the two clubs failed to reach an agreement over the fee and Gago is now on the verge of completing a move to Valencia. Indeed, Los Che confirmed on their website that they had agreed terms with both Real and the midfielder.
The transfer has yet to be confirmed by either club but it is believed Gago will sign a four-year contract today.
Gago, who has been capped 38 times by Argentina, joined Real from boyhood club Boca Juniors in 2007..
This is certainly good news for the stylish Gago - who is now in great form. He has also the chance now to prove a point or two to Mourinho while playing for Valencia, who now have Argentine Mauricio Pellgrino as manager.
Th fact that Gago has the chance to continue seeing action at Valencia can also help Argentina in their campaign in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.