Back in May, it appeared Wolverhampton Wanderers were looking to sign Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof. The £31 million defender struggled for consistency in his debut season at Old Trafford. It appeared the Swede could be loaned out to Molineux for the campaign.
The Mirror suggested a deal would be helped by super-agent and transfer broker Jorge Mendes, who has strong relationships with Wolves and United boss Jose Mourinho.
In the end, Wolves and United did not come to an agreement. In the early stages of the season, this certainly did not bother the Wolves fans.
Lindelof was struggling for the Red Devils and put in an inept performance against Brighton and Hove Albion as Manchester United lost 1-0.
However, that might have been something of a World Cup hangover. Because, finally, Lindelof is looking worth the fee Manchester United paid.
He was recently handed the November Player of the Month for United and has been one of the better players in their recent struggles. Meanwhile, Wolves are winless in six and struggling to get back into their early-season groove.
Lindelof might have been a good addition after all.