Brentford's first two summer signings suggest they are paving the way for departures later in the transfer window.
The Bees looked strong in the goalkeeper department with Jack Bonham proving an admirable deputy to Dan Bentley at Barnsley.
While in Maxime Colin, they have one of the best right backs in the Championship with Josh Clarke a player capable of pushing him or filling in when needed.
But it is in those positions where Brentford have been able to announce signings first which, to me, suggests that there will be departures in those positions during the window.
I don't subscribe to the view that a club needs three senior goalkeepers. Having two and a promising youngster should suffice and the Bees have that promise in Ellery Balcombe.
North Korea even tried to get around FIFA's squad rules by naming a striker as the third goalkeeper. The governing body insisted that Kim Myong-won could only play in goal if he came on.
It is highly unlikely that two keepers will be out injured at the same time. It's not beyond the realms of fantasy as the Chelsea game at Reading in 2006 will prove but it is highly unlikely.
As goalkeeper coach Simon Royce pointed out regarding Bonham, the young stopper needs regular football so the signing of Luke Daniels suggests that a move is in the offing for the 23-year-old.
Due to the fact that Bonham has made enough senior appearances in his career, the Bees would have been unable to loan in a goalkeeper if Bentley were to suffer an injury.
The signing of Daniels means a loan deal would not happen anyway. He wouldn't have signed if he was going to be third choice so, logically, that would put Bonham in that position which is the last thing he'd need.
So, unless the Bees are expecting an acceptable bid for Bentley, I would imagine Bonham would depart the club in order to have regular football.
As for the right back conundrum, the expectation is that Colin will depart for pastures new.
The 25-year-old is expecting his first child over the summer and the suggestions are that he is keen to be closer to his family.
If that is the case then it is more than understandable. Footballers are human beings, first and foremost, and their true loyalty is, rightly, towards their loved ones.
Dalsgaard fits the mould of the attacking full back given that he spent his early career on the right wing.
Therefore, he'll be able to fit in with Brentford's style of play and, if Colin departs, he will prove a capable replacement.