Noel Gallagher has turned down 20 million to reunite with brother Liam for an Oasis world tour.
The singer-songwriter has put the kibosh on plans for the reunion which, would mark 20 years since the band’s 1994 debut album Definitely Maybe.
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Noel, 46, right, has been asked to make up with frontman Liam for the tour, which included two gigs at Knebworth.
But the simmering feud between the brothers, which boiled over in a backstage row in 2009, won’t be cooling off any time soon.
A source close to Noel revealed: “There were hopes he would do it but frankly, he just doesn’t want to. The Oasis reunion is well and truly off.
“He has refused all offers, it got to £20 million but even the lure of money like that just didn’t work.
“Liam is very keen to get back together, if only for the money but Noel is having none of it.
“There have been several intermediaries from their respective camps working very hard indeed to reach some form of agreement but Noel isn’t budging and a working solution between the brothers simply can’t be found.
“It’s a real shame and Noel knows how much his fans would love to see the band reform but he doesn’t want to commit to the time, he is quite happy as he is.”
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