Former Manchester United and Everton star Marouane Fellaini has made a drastic change to his barnet once again.
Fellaini, 33, has rarely been one for standard haircuts over the years, famously rocking a trademark afro during his memorable spell in the Premier League.
He left fans stunned after controversially chopping off the afro in 2018, switching things up by adopting a more conventional short-back-and-sides look during the final year of his stint at Old Trafford.
Over the past three years the Belgian midfielder has stuck with that style, but judging by his latest Instagram post he is now donning braids.
Fellaini sported that look on a few occasions during his time at Everton, but it is still unusual to see him without the classic afro.
He accompanied a photo of his new hairstyle, in which he is also wearing a white jumper, black trousers and white trainers, with the caption: "Style is judged like wine: all you need is taste".
Fans are impressed with Fellaini's new look, waxing lyrical about the former Prem ace's style on Instagram.
One wrote: "Fellaini looking on point".
Another commented: "Top Model Amazing Cool Style".
However, one user also quipped: "Something tells me the fro is coming back".
Fellaini spent 11 years in English football after completing a move to Everton from Standard Liege back in 2008.
The towering star racked up 177 appearances for the Toffees, scoring 33 goals, before eventually leaving to join up with former boss David Moyes at United in 2013.
Moyes was sacked towards the end of their first campaign, but Fellaini went on to win the FA Cup, League Cup and Europa League under successors Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho.
After making the exact same appearances for the Red Devils and scoring 22 goals, he left for Chinese club Shandong Luneng in January 2019.
Fellaini remains with Shandong today and has made a total of 57 appearances for the side, scoring 21 goals.