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17 June 2019, 19:11
According to reports, Stevie Nicks and co have prompted Rumours they could be headlining the festival during its 50th anniversary.
Fleetwood Mac has set tongues wagging after it was reported they teased a headline slot at Glastonbury 2020.
The Dreams rockers played a huge show at London's Wembley Stadium on Sunday (16 June), where they played a career-spanning set of their greatest hits.
However, tweets begun emerging which reported the band told the crowd they still "had a big field to play".
Meanwhile, others claimed that the band made reference to "a rained out festival in England next year".
See some of the tweets below:
Fleetwood Mac at Glastonbury 2020 apparently confirmed pic.twitter.com/wwLaSFjKhQ— Stagedoor FM (@Stagedoor_FM) June 16, 2019
It's not the only time Glastonbury has come up in conversation with the band recently.
“I think the legend of Glastonbury and Fleetwood Mac will come true,” Mick Fleetwood told The Independent.
“I think I’ll burn in hell if we don’t do it one day.”
Meanwhile, it's already been let slip that The Beatles legend Paul McCartney is "hopefully" set to play Glastonbury 2020.
Speaking to BBC Somerset, the festival founder Michael Eavis said: “Paul’s on good form at the moment.”
Asked by the reporter if he meant that McCartney would be heading to the festival, Eavis let slip: “Hopefully for the 50th.”
He added, rather sweetly, “But don’t make a big thing of it will you?”
Watch the clip below: