The FA seem to have missed his £16 million move to Arsenal...
What's the name of that striker who scored a hat-trick for Arsenal last night?
The one who moved to the Emirates Stadium for £16 million on Deadline Day and hasn't looked back since, as well as scoring twice for England during their 2-0 win in Switzerland?
Danny Welbeck, you say?
Surely not, he still plays for Manchester United...
That's what the Football Association seem to think, anyway! Indeed, following Roy Hodgson's England squad announcement for their upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers, the official squad sheet containing their list of players stated Welbeck as a Manchester United striker, despite him having left the club in August.
It is no doubt a small clerical error but it proved a costly mistake on Twitter, with huge numbers of users pointing it out thereafter.
Welbeck has enjoyed a productive start to his career in north London, as Opta stats show...
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The 23-year-old's three-goal haul against Galatasaray last night made him Arsenal's top scorer across both the Premier League and Champions League, while he has also registered an assist (for Mesut Ozil's goal against Aston Villa).
Welbeck has, too, created five chances and won nine dribbles. Perhaps Man United fans will wish he was still at Old Trafford...?
Only time will tell. But, just in case there's a need for clarification, the England striker is now an Arsenal player (!)