Boca Juniors could try and lure FC Porto striker Pablo Daniel Osvaldo back to La Bombonera, according to Ole.
The experienced forward had been delighted to join his boyhood club back in February, but just as he was expected to sign a permanent deal with his contract at Southampton having expired, the striker decided to leave Buenos Aires and penned a two-year deal with FC Porto.
Osvaldo experienced plenty of personal problems while at Boca and that was the main reason why he left.
But, with La Xeneize now on the lookout for a quality striker and the player struggling for playing time in Portugal, a January move back to La Bombonera is becoming a realistic possibility.
The deal taking Osvaldo back to Boca Juniors in the winter transfer window could prove difficult to achieve, but it is no secret that both the player and the club, as well as his former teammates, are interested in the transfer going through.