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“Get your people to call my people” Noel drops huge Oasis reunion hint in latest interview

Noel Gallagher has dropped the biggest hint yet that he may be open to reuniting with his estranged brother Liam.

The brothers’ intense sibling rivalry has been well-documented since their split in 2009, but rumours of a reunion have persisted.

Earlier this week, Liam responded to a fan on social media who asked if there’s a “small percentage that Oasis get back together,” taking to social media to say: “It’s happening”.

Following that comment, Noel spoke about the possibility of an Oasis return during an interview with France Inter and claimed: “No one has really come along to take our place”.

Noel‘s latest comments came during an interview with French radio station France Inter, where he spoke about “something in the papers back in England today”.

When asked if a reunion could happen with just a phone call, Noel replied that Liam should “get his people to call my people. They know who they are, they know where we are, stop talking on the f****** internet, let’s see what you’ve gotta say”.

The brothers’ disagreement reportedly stemmed from a confrontation between them at the Rock en Seine festival near Paris, which led to Noel quitting the band.

Fans have long speculated that Noel’s estranged wife was at the heart of the dispute.

Despite Noel’s comments, Liam appeared to remain sceptical, tweeting that his brother had “done a lot of damage to Oasis as a band / brand” and had “got a lot of making up to do not just to me but to you the fans the people that put us where we are tday”.

The possibility of an Oasis reunion has been a hot topic among fans, who have been waiting for over a decade to see the band back together.

Noel has previously joked that he would reunite the band for £100m, but he has been more reluctant than Liam to make it happen.

In the years since Oasis disbanded, Liam has focused on a successful solo career, while Noel has started a new band, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.

Both brothers have performed at the Glastonbury Festival in recent years, which fans see as a potential venue for a surprise Oasis reunion.

Despite the ongoing speculation and hope among fans, it remains to be seen if the brothers will ever fully reconcile and reunite as Oasis.

1975 Lead Singer Matt Healey weighed into the discussion earlier this year, calling on the two to ‘stop messing around’ and get the band back together.

He said: “What are Oasis doing?

“Can you imagine being in potentially – right now, still – the coolest band in the world, and not doing it because you’re in a mard with your brother?”

Healy said that he could handle Liam and Noel Gallagher “dressing like they’re in their 20s and being in their 50s”, but not “acting like they’re in their 20s”.

“They need to grow up,” he added.

“They’re men of the people, and they’re sat around in, like, Little Venice and Highgate, crying over an argument with their brother. Grow up! Headline Glastonbury! Have a good time! Have a laugh!”

“There’s not one kid, not one person, going to a High Flying Birds gig or a Liam Gallagher gig that would not rather be at an Oasis gig,” he continued.

“Do me a favour: Get back together, stop messing around. That’s my public service announcement for today.”

We couldn’t agree more, Matt.

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