After all, William Hill have tonight suspended betting on the identity of the next Leeds boss, while others have Eamonn Dolan as short as 1/10 to take over from Brian McDermott.
Massimo Cellino spoke to the agent of the Reading academy chief on Saturday, although not to the man himself.
Dolan - a close friend of McDermott's - has three years left on his contract at Reading.
So there could be some negotiating to do with the Berkshire club - if indeed Dolan is deemed to be the right man for the Leeds job.
The other name in the frame - certainly at the weekend, anyway - was former Forest Green manager Dave Hockaday, who spoke to Cellino a couple of weeks ago and has remained a strong contender ever since.
Gary McAllister has also been linked with the role, although it's my understanding he isn't being considered.
Cellino did speak to the Leeds legend in London a week ago, having first met him a month earlier.
But these were just informal meetings, by all accounts, in which the pair got on well (who wouldn't get on with Gary McAllister?) But there were no further meetings this weekend, as has been reported, and certainly not a formal interview.
Whatever happens, it seems certain the next Leeds boss will not be the 'big name' many fans crave, but rather a low-profile coach who is happiest wearing a tracksuit and putting the players through their paces on the training ground.
Cellino is currently in Italy and due to return to Elland Road on Thursday.