Mitchell Pearce will once again live through another 'Mad Monday' but this will be of a different kind.
Pearce is set to hash out talks with the Roosters over his future, potentially the same day Cooper Cronk will be announced as a tricolours player for the 2018 season.
Pearce, who is reportedly unhappy over the Cronk saga, has a desire to be a one club player after debuting as a 17-year-old in 2007 and has since gone onto play 238 first grade games, all in Roosters colours.
However, that may all change on Monday when Pearce meets with Roosters coach Trent Robinson for the first time since the drama unfolded.
Should Pearce want to leave the club, he won't be short of suitors with Manly and the Knights keen to bring the NSW Origin halfback to their respective clubs.