Paul Pogba is an in-demand man again as multiple clubs reportedly chase a big-money move for the World Cup winner.
Manchester United broke the world transfer record when they signed him back from Juventus in 2016 - although few would argue that they've completely gotten their money's worth.
There have long been doubts over exactly what Pogba brings and, despite his clear and considerable talent, how he fits into the side at United.
The Frenchman did star at the World Cup, however, and now several teams are willing to pay what it takes to have their turn at unlocking his potential.
Barcelona were heavily linked in the summer but nothing would materialise - and big doubts remain over their ability to pay what United would want.
Juventus, on the other hand, would reportedly quite like him back at the club as they try to firmly take a seat at the elite table.
The signing of Cristiano Ronaldo was the start of that but prising Pogba away from Manchester would be an enormous sign of intent.
It would also leave them even more dominant in Italy, however - and there is one side, in particular, looking to halt them: Internazionale.
Inter are fully expected to appoint ex-Juve director Beppe Marotta as the man in charge of their transfer strategy - a position he held in Turin.
Nothing would show their ability to return to the top of Serie A more than beating Juve to Pogba and the Milanese side have got a plan to achieve it.
According to the Mirror, Inter are looking to complete a £200million deal, with the majority of that covered by including reported United targets Milan Skriniar and Ivan Perisic in the deal.
Would that be enough to tempt United? They could fix their issues at centre-back, while adding some creativity and drive with Perisic - a player Jose Mourinho reportedly regrets passing up for Alexis Sanchez.
It would be a huge ask for anyone to sign Pogba - but Inter may just have found a way to do it.