Had things worked out differently this summer, Harry Kane could be lining up for Manchester United against Bayern Munich.
But instead, it's the other way around, and the England captain will be out to pile more misery on the Red Devils, extend his own record against them and ensure his new team make a strong Champions League start.
Kane has joined Bayern Munich to win major trophies, and they don't come much bigger than UEFA's premier competition.
And given Man United are one of his favourite recent opponents, things could be about to get worse for Erik ten Hag and co.
The Tottenham icon, and club's leading goalscorer, has played 19 games against Manchester United.
He has only faced West Ham, Chelsea, Leicester and Crystal Palace more.
But he has lost ten of those 19 matches, winning just six.
Of course, winning and losing games doesn't come down to individual players, and for the majority of the time Kane played for Spurs, the Red Devils had a better side.
But on an individual level, the 30-year-old has only scored five goals against the Red Devils.
Now, given he has bagged 20 goals in 20 games against Leicester and 14 strikes in 19 matches against Arsenal, it would be fair to say his record against United is disappointing from Kane.
In fact, he has scored more goals against 18 sides than United, including against Hull, who haven't been in the Premier League since 2017.
He has also provided three assists in those games against United.
However, things have started to change in recent times, and the majority of Kane's goal contributions against United have come in the space of the last few years.
The England captain has recorded seven goal contributions in his last tenRead on talksport.com