Ajax defender Jurrien Timber has been spotted walking on Wembley Way ahead of this afternoon's FA Cup final between Manchester United and Manchester City having been previously linked with a move to United.
The 21-year-old played under Red Devils manager Erik ten Hag at Ajax and speculation regarding a move to Old Trafford for the Dutchman has arisen repeatedly.
Having not ruled out a summer exit, the centre-back, who can also play at right-back, is expected to leave Amsterdam this summer with United a highly possible destination.
However, having been spotted at Wembley, supporters are now starting to discuss whether this is a sign that the Netherlands international will join United this summer.
One fan tweeted: "He's coming to United" whilst another wrote, "He wants to watch his future team."
A third said: "Love it. Hopefully he can have a chat with Erik with a fourth adding: "He's been dreaming of being a red for a whole year now."
However, the image has also created speculation that the defender's attendance could also mean a move to City is on the cards, with one user tweeting: "Winner gets Timber" with another posting: "Wants to join City so badly."
This afternoon's FA Cup final is the first time the world's oldest cup competition has seen a Manchester Derby final with both sides already winning silverware this season.
Ten Hag can wrap up what has already been a successful maiden campaign in England with a second trophy after winning the League Cup in February, the Red Devils' first trophy in nearly six years. They also secured a return to the Champions League for next season after finishing third in the Premier League