New Manchester United goalkeeper Victor Valdes was photographed entering Old Trafford for his first match-day since signing on a free transfer.
The 32-year-old Spaniard has signed an 18-month contract with Louis van Gaal's side following his departure from Barcelona and subsequent recovery from a serious injury.
Valdes had spent his entire senior career at the Nou Camp, playing 528 times for Barcelona, but now a new chapter has begun, with the stopper named on the bench for United's Premier League game against Southampton this weekend.
Some United fans fear Valdes's arrival could signal the end of David de Gea's time at the club, with the younger player still to sign an extension to a deal that expires in the summer of 2016.
But whatever the future holds, the simple fact is United currently have two of the best 'keepers in Europe at their disposal, and not many sides can say that.