Paul Pogba continues to make clubs around Europe salivate on a weekly basis.
He’s the one that got away for Manchester United - on a free transfer no less - and has Red Devils fans banging their heads against the wall with his rise to prominence at Juventus.
A rarified mixture of pace, power and skill, the Bianconeri have found themselves constantly fending off rumours of an impending big-money departure for the Frenchman this summer.
And even as Juventus bowed out of the Europa League on Thursday to Benfica 2-1 on aggregate - missing the chance to play the final in their own stadium in the process - Pogba was in fine form.
His finest moment may have come in the skill department, however, performing an audacious ‘seal dribble’ to beat his man and pick out a teammate.
The artistic move conjures up images of fallen Brazilian starlet Kerlon, who once became a YouTube sensation by mastering the bit of trickery before seeing his career fizzle out early.
No such fate seems to await Pogba, who only continues to impress and see his name linked with moves to the likes of Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain.
Juventus will hope that despite the lack of silverware beyond another Serie A title and the temptation of a massive cash injection, they will be able to hold onto the 21-year-old star.