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Jason Gregory

09:00 13th December 2008

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Take That are keen to headline the 2010 edition of the Glastonbury festival, according to reports.

Representatives from the band’s record label, Universal, are understood to have held informal talks with festival organisers.

And it’s claimed that a performance at the event could include former Robbie Williams, who outlined his desire to rejoin Take That earlier this week.

“The lads would love to headline Glastonbury. There has been a lot of talk of it in the band’s camp. It would be the perfect pinnacle of their fantastic career,” a source told the Sun newspaper.

“It also fits the bill for what the band are looking for in terms of Robbie’s comeback.

“It’s not right for him to join the tour next summer. That’s about their latest album — nothing to do with him.

“But they do want a huge show where they can sing a greatest hits set and as many fans as possible can see it. Glastonbury could be that gig.

The source added: “By then work on the third album since their comeback could be under way. Robbie could even be involved in that too.”

Speculation over Williams’ future with Take That has been rife since he told fans on his website that he would “love” to rejoin the band.

His comments were welcomed by Take That’s Gary Barlow, who said the group would not rule out reuniting with Williams after next year.

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