Patrice Evra appeared to roll back the years and jog onto the pitch at the Allianz Stadium in Turin on Wednesday evening.
Evra was appearing as a pundit alongside Gianfranco Zola and Claudio Marchisio on Amazon Prime Italia for Juventus' Champions League clash with Chelsea.
The 40-year-old spent three years with the Old Lady, between 2014 and 2017, before he moved onto Marseille.
But after hearing Juventus pre-match music, he wanted to get back onto the pitch.
"Also, when I listen to this music class comes the desire to enter the field," he told his colleges as he began to jog off, leaving the host to plead him to come back.
In 2019, speaking to Sky Sports, Evra compared his time at Manchester United to Juventus as 'like a holiday'.
“Mentally, that’s why I’m so proud of playing for Juventus. It was one of the most difficult challenges in my life and you had one day off per month.
“They control everything, they force you to eat at the club and I learned a lot at the club, also tactically.
"Juventus were one of my biggest challenges and I’m so proud I spent two years and a half with them."
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Juventus have struggled so far this season in Serie A, after relinquishing their crown to Inter Milan, and it took until their fixture with La Spezia to register their first win.
However, Max Allegri's side haven't suffered a European hangover, and the Old Lady have beaten both Malmo and Chelsea.
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