The infamous flop may not have a look in at United - but he is loving life back in Portugal.
While things are going bad for Manchester United one of their most infamous flops is having a whale of a time.
Portuguese youngster Bebe was infamously signed by Sir Alex Ferguson for £7.2 million in 2010 in a sensational transfer - not least because Sir Alex Ferguson had to admit he had never seen him play and his transfer was at the recommendation of Carlos Quieroz.
However Bebe never looked like making the grade with the club and a loan-spell with Besiktas ended in injury and discipline nightmare.
After a spell at Rio Ave last term he has again returned to Portugal on loan this campaign - with Pacos de Ferreira.
And he is in absolutely stunning form.
Last night he bagged his seventh goal in 10 games for the club - and what a goal it was as well.
He smashed home a 35-yard free kick beyond despairing Belenenses goalkeeper Matt Jones (formerly of the Port Vale and West Brom youth academies) that Cristiano Ronaldo would have been proud of.
And while a future at United is surely out of the question it looks like he might just be able to forge himself an impressive career elsewhere if he continues performing at this rate.