Even after several moves the White Sox said trade chatter has remained steady.

White Sox general manager Rick Hahn said Wednesday his team still has several potential options ahead less than 24 hours after he acquired center fielder Adam Eaton from the Arizona Diamondbacks in a three-team deal that sent Hector Santiago to the Los Angeles Angels.

But just what the White Sox may do next is anyone’s guess.

“There’s been a lot of different ideas floating around both direct deals and three-way possibilities as well,” Hahn said. “Historically I always felt on Wednesday of winter meetings from this time we got close to doing something and got excited, all go to sleep and wake up prior to the Rule 5 draft that it all fell apart. We haven’t gotten to that portion of the meetings yet, but there certainly are things we’re considering.”

One rival executive believes the White Sox would like to trade outfielder Dayan Viciedo, who is now part of a crowded house after Eaton was acquired. Viciedo and Alejandro De Aza, whom the San Francisco Giants have reportedly checked in on, would platoon in left field next season were they both to remain on the roster, Hahn said Tuesday.