Celtic and Rangers could be set to meet at Wembley, with both the International Champions Cup wanting a meeting between the two Glasgow clubs.
The prospect of hosting an Old-Firm match at Wembley seems to have divided opinion amongst Rangers and Celtic supporters.
Charlie Stillitano has announced plans for the two Glasgow sides to meet at England’s national stadium (Daily Mail), where over 90,000 supporters could be in attendance.
Stillitano owns the friendly tournament, the International Champions Cup, which pits some of the biggest teams in Europe against each other in pre-season.
And the US sports executive believes that a match between Celtic and Rangers would increase the exposure and popularity of the competition.
Celtic and Rangers have one of the fiercest derbies in world football, and even if it was a pre-season match, it would be taken very seriously by both sides.
The pair have never before played an Old-Firm match at Wembley, but the thought of it happening has not been unanimously welcomed by supporters of either club.
Some Rangers and Celtic fans have predicted it would be chaos hosting the fixture at Wembley, while others seem totally unenthused by the prospect.
Old Firm friendly at Wembley = no thanks— Forza Papac (@ForzaPapac) April 27, 2016
Old firm at Wembley, think of the scenes!— Stevie Renfrew (@Steviee_RFC) April 26, 2016
Old Firm at Wembley? So that fans can go down and hate each other for amusement of Londoners and we get the blame if things go wrong? No.— Weirburton (@nrpsimpson) April 27, 2016
Rangers v Celtic at Wembley.— modn world (@what2weeks) April 27, 2016
Please let that be true.
Celtic v Rangers in London would be terrible with its diluted support.— Tam Selleck (@TamSelleckCSC) April 27, 2016
Is this guy an idiot? https://t.co/JTRkjoA8y8 why would anyone want to see Celtic v Rangers at Wembley when you could go to Glasgow?— Tom (@BwabbleBubble) April 27, 2016
@TomCommentator 90,000 Rangers and Celtic fans inside Wembley would be bloody amazing to take in. Hope it happens in the near future.— Greg Gilmour (@G_Gilmour7) April 26, 2016
Rangers won the last meeting between the two sides earlier this month.
Mark Warburton’s side beat Celtic on penalties, after the rivals had played out a 2-2 draw in the Scottish Cup.