Some Manchester United fans thought the club would announce the return of their former star Cristiano Ronaldo after his countryman Diogo Dalot replicated his Siii goal celebration.
The 35-year-old superstar left Old Trafford for Real Madrid in 2009 after winning his first-ever Champions League with the club.
He has however gone ahead to win four more in Spain to become the most successful player in the history of the European championship.
Nine years after joining Los Blancos, Ronaldo moved to Italy where he already clinched the Italian Serie A title.
With the Red Devils set to battle Chelsea in their match-day 26 Premier League clash next Monday, the Old Trafford outfit is currently is in Spain for fitness purposes.
The maiden winter break will also allow Bruno Fernandes to blend well into the team having joined the club from Sporting CP in January.