Manchester United defender Timothy Fosu-Mensah, who is currently on loan at Premier League strugglers Crystal Palace, has been involved in a bizarre Twitter situation which many have claimed involved the Dutchman creating a second account.
It was argued that the purpose of this was to attempt to have a Youtube compilation made of his recent performances.
The potentially rogue Twitter account posed the question as to who could create a compilation, to which Fosu-Mensah's official account replied saying: "I wish I knew who could".
As Twitter users jumped on the interaction to declare it as a set-up, the 19-year-old then reacted in disagreement to the claims, before hastily deleting the Tweet.
There's been no confirmation as to whether Fosu-Mensah made the second account, however many Twitter users have expressed their suspicions at the player deciding to delete the Tweet calling the interaction into question.
The robust defender made a name for himself last season, impressing during Manchester United's 3-2 win over Arsenal - when the Old Trafford side were facing a defensive injury crisis.
Fosu-Mensah hasn't had the best of starts to the season with Crystal Palace, but his regular first-team action is bound to be a valuable learning experience for the Dutch international.