Jonathan Biabiany is known for two things in his career: being an absolute monster on FIFA with his 96 pace, and forever going back and forth between Inter Milan and Parma.
The 30-year old's very weird career has continued after he signed for Parma from Inter Milan for the third time in his career.
While he probably falls just short of journeyman status, the bloke seemingly can't play for anyone not named Parma or Inter - and it's the fifth time he's moved between the two clubs.
In 2004, the Frenchman signed for Inter as a 16-year old and went on to make his senior debut three years later in a Coppa Italia tie against Empoli.
After loan moves to Chievo and Modena, he was sent to Parma on a temporary basis in 2009 before the move became permanent a year on following an impressive run of form.
With Parma only owning half of his rights, it wasn't long before Biabiany was back in Milan, but he was a Sampdoria player by the time January rolled around.
Then came a second spell at the Crusaders, this one lasting until 2015 when he made the not so surprising transfer back to the San Siro for the third time.
A loan to Sparta Prague came about in 2017/18 after struggling for regular game-time at Inter, and he now finds himself back at Parma on a one-year contract for their long-awaited return to Serie A.
We're fully expecting him deja vu to strike yet again and for Biabiany to be an Inter Milan player by January, or the summer at the latest. Get putting a fiver on his next club...