The band is planning a comeback UK arena tour after a six-year break. Other big Manchester bands including the Stone Roses and Happy Mondays have made a fortune through comebacks.
Now the Gallagher brothers Noel, 48, and Liam, 43, plus bandmates Andy Bell and Gem Archer, are in “serious talks” to follow suit.
Our source said: “Other bands have reunited and had a fantastic pay day so it makes sense for everyone involved.
“It has been discussed seriously – it’s only a matter of time.
“It is looking so certain it is worth betting on for next year.”
Noel and Liam have made up following the arguments that led to the band’s split. In March, Liam revealed they had healed their rift after tweeting a picture of himself holding an Access All Areas pass for Noel’s gig with his band High Flying Birds.
They had reportedly settled their differences in January during a family wedding in Ireland.
The brothers famously split after a series of rows between them.
Noel quit the band in 2009 after cancelling a gig at Paris’ Rock On Seine festival just hours before they were due to play. He left Liam and formed his new band.
His brother went on to start Beady Eye with Gem, 48, and Andy, 51.
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