Speculation is growing that Oasis may be preparing to reunite and perform at Knebworth again.

The band made history with their legendary shows at the venue in 1996, when two and a half million people applied for tickets.

But their singers, Liam and Noel Gallagher, haven't performed together since 2009 amid a brotherly conflict.

That could be set to change, according to rumours first reported in the Sun.

A source told the newspaper that Wasserman, Liam's live agents, are hoping to secure a four-night run of concerts at Knebworth in 2025.

The source said to the Sun: “It’s very early days for the plan, and the proposed dates are a long way off. But if all members agree to do it, history will be made.

“Tickets would sell like hot cakes and fans would rejoice in seeing the band together again.

“It would be the perfect way for Oasis to come back together again and wouldn’t involve a tiresome touring schedule.”

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Since the speculation began, however, Liam and Noel have exchanged further criticism.

Speaking on Talksport earlier this week, Noel said: "I put [a reunion] out there, I mean, he should call me.

"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 speak to me. He won't speak to me because he's a coward."

Meanwhile, on Twitter, Liam said his brother is "full of s***" and "he’s got my number he can call me anytime I love him dearly".

If Oasis did get back together with four concerts at Knebworth, they could break the attendance record for the venue, which has a capacity of 125,000 people.

Oasis held that record from 1996, with their two-night run being witnessed live by 250,000 people. However, it was taken from them by Robbie Williams in 2003, when he performed to 375,000 people over three nights.

Liam has more recent history with Knebworth, having performed there last year.