Remember Giuseppe Rossi? He's Back In Training With Manchester United
Giuseppe Rossi's career has took plenty of twists and turns over the years, but this most recent revelation is by far the most positive yet.
It has emerged that Manchester United's caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has invited Giuseppe Rossi to train with the first team squad to help him resurrect his career
Rossi, who made just five senior appearances for United between 2004 and 2007, was once touted as one of the brightest talents in world football.
But his career faded as spells at Villarreal, Fiorentina and more recently Genoa failed to live up to expectation.
The 31-year-old, who was been hit with several serious injuries down the years, is currently a free agent after Genoa decided to let him leave at the end of last season.
The latest news surrounding Rossi, however, is certainly positive as former teammate Solskjaer has given him a lifeline, training with the United squad.
Rossi's career began so brightly, making a name for himself at Manchester United before injuries blighted his time at Old Trafford.
After loan spells at Newcastle United and Parma, the Italian made a permanent move to Spain, joining Villarreal in 2007 for a reported £6.6 million.
He have us a real glimpse of his potential with the La Liga outfit, scoring 54 goals in 136 games in a six year spell with the club.
Spells at Fiorentina and Genoa didn't exactly materialise into anything spectacular as injuries continued to cause havoc on his progress.
Let's hope he can make a comeback in the coming months.