Rumours are rife around Old Trafford this morning, as speculation rises that Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's head is getting smaller.
Solskjaer was photographed alongside new signing, £80million former Sheffield United, Hull City and Leicester City defender, Harry Maguire, and it wasn't long before the photo was shared on social media, causing some people to comment that there was 'something' about the picture that wasn't quite right.
Indeed, on closer examination, it's possible to see that the Norwegian's head is noticeably smaller than Maguire's, and it's thought that he may have had a curse placed on him by South American Indian headshrinkers.
The headshrinkers come from the Jivaroan tribes, which include the Achuar, Aguaruna, Huambisa, and Shuar tribes, and who are found in Ecuador and Peru. These are the people that Solskjaer's fellow Norwegian, Thor Heyerdahl, encountered on his Kon-Tiki expedition in 1947, and it's thought the curse may have been passed to Solskjaer when Heyerdahl died in April 2002.
But there is absolutely no basis for this idea, and it may merely be conjecture.