Southampton fans may forget about that sometimes, but Argentine striker Guido Carrillo still belongs to the club.
Signed on a €22m deal from Monaco in January 2018, he only stayed at the Saints for six months, being loaned to Spanish side Leganés the following summer, and staying there to this day.
Carrillo is supposed to return to England at the end of the season, but it seems there are already some clubs who are interested in his signing.
Argentine newspaper Clarin today lists the 28-year-old as one of the options that Boca Juniors have for the next transfer window.
Carrillo is one of the names the La Bombonera side have on the table, along with the ones of PSG star Edinson Cavani and former West Ham striker Jonathan Calleri, who currently features for Espanyol.
It isn’t said how much Boca Juniors would pay for the Southampton player, but one of the advantages they see for a deal is that his contract with the Saints expires in 2021.