No. I didn't get that headline wrong and it's not a wind up!
The man in the picture is Jean-Claude Juncker. The rather appropriately named Mr Juncker is the president of Luxembourg - obviously a big hitting country at the heart of Europe. But more relevantly, he is also the president of Eurogroup, an informal caucus of euro finance ministers, the European Commission and the European Central Bank.
Mr Juncker says - and I quote - "The moment will come when the United Kingdom, after looking at reality, will say to itself that it is better to be in the essential machine of Europe than to sit in the stand watching the action.
"I have always believed that, in spite of occasional bitterness, the European Union without Britain is no longer the European Union.
"For strictly national reasons and not out of any continental romanticism, the United Kingdom will become a member of the eurozone."
UKIP's Paul Nuttal summed it all up rather nicely when he said, "They say a definition of madness is believing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results"
Tory MP Philip Davies added, "The euro is over, it cannot be fixed. The sooner they accept that the better."
You have to admire the tenancity of the man even if you doubt his grip on reality. We are out of the Euro and bloody grateful to be so. If this guy really thinks that we will scrap the pound to join the Euro then he is clearly living on a different planet.
If prats like this are running the EU finances, then no wonder they are in the shit...