Ask Liverpool fans what they think of Luis Alberto and many will struggle to find anything good or bad to say about the Spaniard.
Signed by now-Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers in 2013, the 25-year-old only managed a handful of senior appearances for the Reds and supporters won't have shed any tears when he left in 2016.
But Alberto is carving out a very successful career for himself in Italy and you wonder whether the Celtic manager should have tried to re-sign him last summer.
Lazio picked him up for just £3.6 million in the summer of 2016 and Alberto has managed four goals and two assists in eight Serie A starts since then.
The former Liverpool man endured a slow start last term, but he has started all seven of Lazio's Serie A games this season and the winger - who has set up 20 chances - looks like having an excellent campaign.
Rodgers has Patrick Roberts and James Forrest for that right-wing role at Celtic, but few can argue that Alberto wouldn't impress in Scotland if he can in Italy's top flight - and he probably could have at least rivaled Lazio for his signature.
Given that he signed him for Liverpool, you wonder whether Alberto - formerly compared to Philippe Coutinho by the Northern Irishman, reported by The Mirror - would have considered a move to Paradise based on Rodgers's presence.