There may not be a more criticised transfer in football than Manchester United's bizarre signing of unknown Portuguese forward Bebe.
In the 2010 summer transfer window, fans were left confused by the signing of the enigmatic winger for a fee of around £7.5m that would continue to get more and more ridiculous as time went on.
Allegations of using Bebe to line super-agent Jorge Mendez's pockets were dismissed, but Bebe was loaned around Europe before eventually being released in the summer of 2014, and now, after having some success at Rayo Vallecano, questions are being asked whether he can make the step up to the next level:
I've never thought about that [returning to Man United], but nothing is impossible. If I score ten goals in La Liga then for sure, I'll be able to sign for a big club. If I score ten goals here [Rayo Vallecano], I'm going to have many big teams chasing me again next year.
Nothing is impossible..
Those words will send the same chills down United fans' spine that Cristiano Ronaldo's "The future? You never know, but I am happy in Manchester" sent.
Many felt he got the short end of the stick, and wasn't given a proper chance, some just wrote the transfer off completely as a payment to Mendez, but any fan who watched him play in the League Cup against Wolves will never, ever want to hear Bebe associated with the club again. Here's why:
We're sorry if you had erased that performance from your brains, United fans.