Patrice Evra and Luis Suarez could become teammates at Manchester United next season, if Barcelona-based newspaper Sport is to be believed.
But, let's be honest here, there is no way that the controversial Uruguayan will be playing in the red of United in the 2014/15 campaign.
Suggestions have been made that the Red Devils will offer the Merseyside outfit £65 million - a club record - for the player's signature, however there are 65 million reasons why this move will never happen.
Evra - the man who was caught up in a row with the Liverpool striker over racism - certainly wouldn't be happy about the superstar arriving at The Theatre of Dreams.
In fact, the Frenchman would probably want to take back that one-year deal he's just signed with the club. Then again, Evra did just vote for Suarez to win PFA Player of the Year award.
So, perhaps Evra could forgive and forget...
That's pretty unlikely, and it's just as unlikely that Manchester United fans would welcome him with open arms, no matter how good he is.
We haven't even began to discuss the outrage it would cause in Liverpool, and the fact that the club would never let this happen.
Imagine Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre announcing that the club had agreed a deal with their greatest rivals for their best player...
The Merseyside outfit had the power to stop Arsenal signing the striker last term, and they'd probably rather go bust than let Manchester United take them from him.
And how would a move benefit Suarez, anyway? Well, it wouldn't. He's been desperate to play in the Champions League for the past couple of years, so why would he join Louis van Gaal's side?
The forward will be looking to prove his credentials in Europe's elite competition next season and would probably see a move to Manchester United as a step-backwards in his career.
Many more reasons as to why Suarez won't become a Manchester United player can be given, but we're well aware that it's a move that will never happen.
We didn't want to see an attacking quartet of Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie, Juan Mata and Luis Suarez, anyway.
Then again, Suarez does thrive off controversy and a move to Manchester United would represent one of the most controversial switches in history...