Shortly after Chelsea's 3-1 victory on Wednesday, Romelu Lukaku was unveiled by Everton as the club's record signing, costing £28 million, per BBC Sport.
Some Chelsea fans may lament his sale, but Jose Mourinho would have seen enough from Diego Costa alone to know he will not miss the striker in the way many are predicting.
Lukaku may have scored goals while on loan, but the simple fact is that he never made an impact during his three years at Stamford Bridge.
Not once did he score for the Blues, and his attitude didn't bode well for working under Mourinho.
The Portuguese doesn't take kindly to his players speaking out against him or making demands through the media.
Lukaku made a habit of doing that, and Chelsea have now recouped an impressive profit on a player who did little for them.
They have a better, more experienced striker in Diego Costa, and while it was a pre-season friendly, the Spaniard showed against Vitesse Arnhem that he is going to slot perfectly into Mourinho's system.
Garry Hayes is Bleacher Report's lead Chelsea correspondent. Follow him on Twitter @garryhayes