Manchester City's Erling Haaland thinks he can get Oasis back together
Manchester City sensation Erling Haaland believes he's the guy to get Oasis back together.
However, his words on the subject may have just brought up some fresh beef between brothers and City fans Liam and Noel Gallagher.
"Maybe they need a Norwegian guy," said the Premier League winner in an interview with Viaplay. "A peacemaker to get them together."
Noel, for what it's worth seems to be up for the idea. "I put [a reunion] out there, I mean, he should call me," he told Talksport recently.
"He's forever going on about it, you'd have thought by now he'd have some kind of plan. And if he's got a plan he should he should speak to me. He won't speak to me because he's a coward."
Could @ErlingHaaland be the guy that reunites Oasis – and be their third front man? ?
?️ – Yeah, maybe they need a Norwegian peacemaker.
— Viaplay Fotball (@ViaplayFotball) May 22, 2023
It wasn't long until Liam bit back though, taking to Twitter to say, "I don’t wish AIDS on people I turn up and play the MUSIC for the people of MANCHESTER who have just had a terror attack while you sit on your dingy sipping champagne and you got the audacity to call me a COWARD sit down you [bell] end."
When a user replied to him saying, "Reunion is off I take it?", Gallagher responded with "Why say that"
I don’t wish AIDS on people I turn up and play the MUSIC for the people of MANCHESTER who have just had a terror attack while you sit on your dingy sipping champagne and you got the audacity to call me a COWARD sit down you ? end
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) May 24, 2023
A possible Oasis reunion on the cards
Since splitting in 2009, the brothers have frequently exchanged public insults with each other, with the two sharing a famously cold relationship.
The fresh spat comes after rumours have emerged recently of a possible reunion, with the two apparently considering the idea of multiple concerts in 2025.
The gigs would be the first time the band has played together since V Festival in 2009.
Liam announced plans earlier this month to play a series of concerts to mark the 30th anniversary of the rock band's debut album Definitely Maybe.
However Noel shut down reunion ideas surrounding the anniversary. "There won't be a tour, we won't come back to play them together".
Haaland definitely has his work cut out for him. However, one thing he can do to contribute to a reunion is help City win the Champions League this year. Liam said he's "ready to go" if the club finally win the European cup. They play Inter Milan on June 10.
I’m ready to go
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) May 10, 2023
- Liam Gallagher to play concerts marking 30 years of Oasis album 'Definitely Maybe'
- AI used to create a 'lost' Oasis record (and it's actually pretty good)
- Irish rock legends announce first Dublin gig in over half a decade
- Smashing Pumpkins frontman reveals his influence on one of U2's biggest albums