The big man spent four years with Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers.
Maurice Edu has said on Twitter that it’s about time for him to make a return to Glasgow Rangers as a fan.
The USA international is a legendary figure at Ibrox after winning three successive Scottish Premiership titles during a four-year spell in Glasgow.
Edu quit Rangers in 2012 like so many others did, but the 33-year-old has retained an affection for his former club it seems.
The former Stoke City and Philadelphia Union man is perhaps best remembered for scoring a last-minute winner against Celtic in an Old Firm game in 2010.
That scrappy tap-in sent the Gers 10 points ahead of Celtic and represented a big step toward a second successive Premiership title.
Rangers posted a memory of that day on their official Twitter account, and here’s how the man himself reacted.
Never forget that feeling!!! I need to come home to Ibrox soon and catch a game!! Happy Thanksgivinggg!! https://t.co/DB8VJA6c5m— Maurice Edu (@MauriceEdu) November 28, 2019
Edu also won praise for his Champions League debut against Manchester United the following season.
He is a bonafide legend on the blue half of the Old Firm divide, and no doubt the Ibrox faithful would happily welcome back as a guest.