The Rolling Stones will reportedly play two gigs in London this November, picking up nearly £4.5m each in the process.
According to reports, the band, who were pictured rehearsing in Paris earlier this week, will play four gigs in November including two in London and a further brace of shows in New York.
Billboard reports that Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts will play teo nights at the O2 Arena before crossing the Atlantic and playing twice at Brooklyn's Barclays Center venue.
It is claimed that the gigs are the brainchild of millionaire Richard Branson and Australian promoter Paul Dainty with $25m (£15.8m) on the table should the band accept the offer.
The Rolling Stones were heavily rumoured to be performing at the Olympic Games earlier this Summer, an offer they reportedly declined.
The Rolling Stones 50th celebration at Somerset House