Manchester United fans may have seen another manager come and go since Sir Alex Ferguson was last in the Old Trafford dug-out, but one of his former transfer targets is still sporadically linked with the Red Devils.
That man is Lucas Moura, who looked set for a switch to United in the summer of 2012, but instead agreed to join French side Paris Saint-Germain a short time later.
Things were not all plain sailing for the Brazilian international, and his failure to secure a regular starting spot in the French capital led to him being linked with a belated move to United.
When Lucas was omitted from his national side for this summer's World Cup, again the rumours came, with United in desperate need of quality wingers and with a platform on which he could show-case his talents just as Cristiano Ronaldo did before him.
But for now, Lucas remains a PSG player, and a picture he posted on his official Instagram page this weekend raised a simple question: Why would he leave?
That may sound strange given the reasons cited above, but at just 21, Lucas has plenty of time to become an integral part of his current side. And in truth, 52 appearances - even if a number of those have come from the bench - is a remarkable return and a testament to his talent.
And as if to prove just what Lucas currently has to enjoy, the picture of him crouching next to the Ligue 1 trophy, the Coupe de la Ligue and the Trophee des Champions reveals a player with absolutely no reason to leave.
Sorry United fans, but it seems that ship has well and truly sailed...