Juan Cuadrado is set to be one of the summer's most in-demand players and he provided a timely reminder of why when he netted for Fiorentina against Livorno.
Fiorentina beat Tuscan rivals Livorno 1-0 and sent them down to Serie B in the process thanks to Cuadrado.
The Colombian international has been arguably the best player in Serie A this season and netted his 11th goal of the campaign.
It may not have been the best finish of his career, needing two bites of the cherry to find the net, but his movement was excellent.
Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Arsenal and Manchester United have all been linked with summer swoops for Cuadrado, who is valued at around £20m.
However, the 25-year-old's situation is complicated by the fact that he is jointly owned by Fiorentina and Udinese.
The two clubs have to come to an agreement this summer on who takes full possession and that is proving difficult.
Fiorentina had appeared likely to buy out Udinese's 50 percent share, possibly to then sell him off at a profit, but the Zebrette are reluctant to sell.
The two clubs are due for further talks in the next few days and clubs across Europe will await developments.
Watch Cuadrado's goal against Livorno: