The Rio Ferdinand vlog has become a regular thing as part of his career in the media post-football, and during Euro 2016 we enjoyed a number of his videos, in particular the behind the scenes look at the ITV panel reacting to Iceland beating England, and a random meeting with David Bellion.
It's good to see that he has kept the trend going into winter and in his latest video he catches up with two of his old pals from his Man Utd days, Javier Hernandez and Cristiano Ronaldo.
It was the Mexican striker who Rio discussed first, and he just cannot fathom how such a prolific striker was allowed to leave the club for around £7m, something most Manchester United fans would agree with.
I still can't believe it, I can't get my head around it. I'm seeing players go for 10, 11, 12 million in the Championship! If I was a manager, a chairman, a CEO, he wouldn't have been allowed to leave Man United and not come to my club for that kind of price.
Bayer Leverkusen done good business.
They certainly did. Hernandez has been sensational since moving to Germany, proving that if you play him week in, week out, he will find the net with the kind of regularity you normally have to set a club record transfer to bring in.
Manchester United selling players deemed surplus to requirements for peanuts is nothing new, in fact nearly every player that leaves the club goes for a very reasonable fee, which can be quite frustrating for the fans when they see the club held for ransom anytime they are interested in a player.
But really, when you see how badly Man Utd have struggled for goals from last season carrying into this, there are still some who can't understand why the Mexican striker was sold. And Rio it's safe to say is one of them.