Lyon could reportedly be facing a summer exodus of players who are keen to link up with former OL boss Paul Le Guen at Paris Saint Germain.
France Football reports that Sylvain Wiltord, Claudio Cacapa and Anthony Reveillere could all be contemplating a summer move to the French capital.
Le Guen still has a relegation battle to contend with at Parc des Princes but if he can keep PSG in the top flight then he could well look to his former club for reinforcements.
Wiltord appears to be the most likely link as he was born close to Paris and has always dreamt of playing for PSG.
The former Arsenal man's contract runs for one more season and, at 34 years of age, Lyon could be prepared to let the forward move to their Ligue 1 rivals.
Defender Cacapa - who has played a part in all of the club's six successive league titles - has already advanced his desire to quit Stade Gerland due to a lack of first team action this season.
With Mario Yepes possibility swapping PSG for Marseille, Cacapa could be the ideal replacement for the Colombian stalwart.
Fellow defender Reveillere has strong links with Le Guen having played under the coach at Rennes and Lyon, and reports suggest that he could also be a summer target for the capital club.
OL are also likely to lose Eric Abidal in the summer, but coach Gerard Houllier is understandably keen to keep hold of Brazilian playmaker Juninho and talks regarding a contract extension got under way on Monday.
The Lyon captain met with chairman Jean-Michel Aulas, with a sticking point remaining over whether the ageing midfielder merits a one-year deal or the two-year contract he desires.