If, due the above headline, your heart started racing and you genuinely got excited about the prospect of the legend that is Jussi Jaaskelainen returning to Bolton Wanderers, then I do apologise. We're heartless bastards and we need them clicks, yo.
So whilst Jussi still hasn't completed his fairy tale return to the
Reebok Macron Stadium, his son, William, however may just be staying for a bit longer yet.
The 17-year old, who following in his father's footsteps - or gloves - is a goalkeeper, has put pen-to-paper on a two-year professional contract with the club. He announced as much with a lovely collage on his Instagram account:
In our current state of lack of goalkeepers, it wouldn't even be a surprise if Will was spotted in match day squads or even on the bench at some point in the season to come. We look forward to seeing if he can live up to his name! No pressure.
So whilst one Jaaskelainen has his immediate future all sorted, the now 40-year old Jussi still has not. After being released by West Ham United this summer, the Fin is yet to find another club. Wanderers fans still desperately clamour for the return of Jussi, as back up to Ben Amos and then to vacate the goalkeeper coach role vacated by Lee Turner.
But with no suggestion of a move in the pipeline, with Neil Lennon apparently turning to Bournemouth's Lee Camp to fill a seat in the dug-out, and Jussi training with Crewe Alexandra, it looks as if we won't be getting what we want.