Paul Pogba clearly wasn't expecting to leave Juventus before he departed for the European Championships earlier this summer.
His record-breaking move to Manchester United dominated the headlines not just in Britain, but across the world for nearly two months.
But, as his former teammate Patrice Evra has kindly pointed out, Pogba had not prepared for any transfer once the domestic campaign had finished.
Evra, an ex-Red Devil himself, has posted a picture on Instagram which reveals just what a mess the most expensive player in history left behind him at the Italian champions.
The image shows Pogba's collection of belongings that were left in his locker as part of a little jibe towards his old teammate.
The 23-year-old's big money move has not gone too well with his former teammates and Evra accompanied the post with the caption: "@paulpogba You should have at least emptied your locker... I hope you are not expecting me to bring you your Stuff to Manchester !!!"
As you can see for yourselves, Pogba had gathered quite the collection of shoes in his locker, and it's particularly surprising he didn't take any of his personalised gear with him.
Pogba took the left-back's banter in the way it was intended and cheekily responded by calling the 35-year-old 'Uncle Pat'.
He said: "Of course you need to bring me my stuff Uncle Pat!"
Man United's new No.6 will have to wait slightly longer than previously expected to make his comeback after the FA announced on Friday he would be suspended for their Premier League opener against Bournemouth.
Two yellow cards he picked up in last season's Coppa Italia have been carried over to ensure the first opportunity fans will get to see the world's most expensive player in action could be when Jose Mourinho's side take on Southampton at Old Trafford on Friday.