A One Direction reunion isn't in the pipeline just yet if their company reports are anything to go by.
A One Direction reunion isn't in the pipeline just yet.
A statement in their company reports reads: ''Going forward, no new income streams are anticipated. Current and projected income is from existing residual agreements.''
The bandmates raked in an impressive £15,000 a day last year due to sales of their previous records, merchandise and sales from their previous tours, The Sun newspaper reports.
It comes only days after Liam insisted the 'What Makes You Beautiful' hitmakers would be ''coming back around at some point''.
Asked if it has always been an aim of his to be a solo artist after he first entered 'The X Factor' solo, he said: ''It's always been a dream. I wouldn't say it's always been an aim. Once One Direction started, it was just the passion. It was fantastic and it still is. It's coming back around at some point, I'm sure.''
And Liam insists they ''have to'' reunite at some point as they never got a chance to tour with their 2015 album 'Made In The AM'.
He added: ''Yes, I think we will reunite at some point in the future. We have to - I mean we've got an album we haven't even toured yet, and I want to write some more songs as well with the boys.''
However, Niall thinks it would be ''weird'' if One Direction were to reunite right now as they've only just embarked on their solo careers.
He said: ''I suppose right now, it would be a bit weird. Can't rule anything out really, can you?''
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