Paul Pogba has been likened to a 'Dali painting' by his agent Mino Raiola, who reckons Sir Alex Ferguson must have sleepless nights after letting him go.
The 19-year-old left Man United in the summer to join Juventus after Ferguson refused to give him a lucrative new deal.
And the midfielder has been outstanding for Juve so far, culminating in two sensational goals in their 4-0 win over Udinese at the weekend.
United have missed a presence in the middle of the park, making highly rated Pogba's exit all the more surprising.
And after he starred once again for Juve at the weekend, he underlined why so many clubs were keen to sign him in the summer.
"Pogba is like a Dali painting," Raiola told Corriere dello Sport. "Works of art are rare and are worth a lot because people appreciate them. Paul is one of them.
"I don't know what Sir Alex Ferguson may have thought on Saturday," Raiola added. "Maybe he underestimated his mental strength.
"When Paul understood that he wasn't being enhanced, he decided that it was over in Manchester. He felt that a move away would do him good.
"Who else wanted him? Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Real Madrid and other English clubs. Inter? Yes, but they agreed to respect an agreement with Manchester United."