Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger didn’t think much of Serge Gnabry, it seems.
During his time at the Emirates, the young German winger made only a handful of appearances for the Gunners since his debut in 2012 before leaving for Werder Bremen last summer.
Fast-forward an entire season and the 21-year-old is the talk of the Bundesliga, having quickly established himself in the Bremen first team, earning himself a call-up to the German national team (duly scoring a hat-trick on his debut against San Marino, no less) and naturally signing for Bayern Munich.
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But having signed for the German giants, he might want to have a look back at his social media history:
That’s right, back in 2012 the new Bayern boy tweeted his support for their bitter rivals Borussia Dortmund during that season’s Der Klassiker – which was won by Dortmund thanks to a goal from his new teammate Robert Lewandowski.
Slightly awkward all round, then.
However, all has been forgotten it seems, with the ex-Gunner tweeting: “Proud to become part of this club”.
And speaking to the press, the Gnabry said: ”It’s a huge honour for me to sign for Bayern.
“I have exciting times ahead of me, which I look forward to.”
To be fair, we’ve all got Tweets from the past that we regret.