Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed that new signing Bruno Fernandes is a surprisingly good singer after the midfielder performed his initiation song earlier this month.
The Portugal international arrived at Manchester United in January from Sporting Lisbon following the culmination of a transfer saga which spanned over multiple windows.
However, where does the 25-year-olds performance compare to some of these memorable musical acts by footballers down the years?
Although, a warning… not all of these players have voices that suggest they could have pursue a career in the studio if their playing time goes down the swanny.
But these are certainly songs to remember…
Tammy Abraham (Swansea City) – End of the Road
Having joined fellow Premier League outfit Swansea on a season-long loan from Chelsea, then teenage striker Abraham made the bold decision to attempt to perform End of the Road by American boyband Boyz II Men.
To the bemusement of many of his teammates and coaches the soon to be capped England striker unveiled a voice that was not akin to that of most professional footballers.
A wry smile from manager Paul Clement is followed by a hilarious look of disbelief on the face of one stunned member of staff.
Abraham received a deserved standing ovation from his new teammates for his performance, which you can view at the top of this page.
Jan Holldack (Brentford) – Man! I Feel Like a Woman
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German defender Holldack put in a spirited rendition of Shania Twain’s 1999 hit, complete with as much rhythm as you would expect from a six foot two defender.
The 23-year-old, who took to the microphone following his arrival from Koln in 2015, wrestled with the language barrier provided by his limited English as he made his way through the first chorus before a member of club staff put him and his…