Well it looks like the boot is on the foot this time and that is great news for Arsenal fans who will have been seriously worried about the recent Arsenal transfer rumours linking our France international star Laurent Koscielny with the German Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.
They are one of the biggest and most successful clubs in the world so there are good reasons for Gooners to be worried when they set their sights on one of our best players, especially when sources from Germany were talking about how the people at Bayern were confident that they would get their man this summer.
According to The Sun though, Koscielny will be staying where he is and that is because the German club has made the sort of error in their calculations that Arsene Wenger and Arsenal made when trying to sign the Uruguayan international striker Luis Suarez from Liverpool.
Apparently they thought that our centre back was entering the final year of his current contract so they could pretty much force us to sell unless Koscielny himself did not want to go and after the saga of us selling Robin van Persie to a direct Premier League rival in Manchester United they would probably have been right, except that they were wrong.
Wrong about his contract anyway, which actually runs until 2019 so Wenger and the board can stick two fingers up to their transfer interest and keep one of the most important members of the current Arsenal squad in north London. However, this should hopefully make Wenger realise that he could soon start to have our best players cherry picked again if we do not start to show some real title credentials.
For now though, Arsenal fans can laugh at the mistake of Bayern just as we were laughed at when we got the supposed release clause in the contract of Suarez wrong.