It is fairly clear that Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho considers himself to be a little bit special, but his latest move may have been the best of the bunch.
We have had running along the turf at Old Trafford, sliding to his knees at the Camp Nou and fighting off both the sprinkler system and Victor Valdes, we have had eggs and omelettes.
There have been press conferences with the media hanging on his every word. There have been trophies galore.
However the crème of the crop may well have come with the sale of David Luiz, who Paris Saint Germain paid £50 million for.
Luiz is now the most expensive defender in the world, and judging by his World Cup semi-final performance, one of the worst as well.
Mourinho and a fair few Chelsea fans already harboured doubts over Luiz, who is positionally suspect, marauds forward and forgets that he is a defender at all on occasion and is, all in all, a rather overrated player. Well before the last 90 minutes he played obviously.
Now the real Luiz has stood up, but sadly for PSG, Chelsea and Mourinho do not accept refunds and will be waving the player off to Paris whilst laughing all the way to the bank.
As is the case so often, the best person to sum something up is Mourinho himself, and here is what the Chelsea boss thinks of the deal!
Just how special is Mourinho after managing to get £50 million for a defender who could not marshal a back four of toy soldiers let alone one of real men? Let us know your thoughts below or tweet us @LaFootyettes.