19/09/2015 07:08 BST | Updated 19/09/2015 07:59 BST

Take That Reunion: Robbie Williams' Rep Responds To 2016 Tour Rumours

Take That fans received some promising news on Saturday morning, when reports suggested that Robbie Williams is set to rejoin his former band for their 25th anniversary.

Sadly, there’s bad news for anyone hoping to see the Robster back on stage though, as a rep for the star has now quashed the rumours.

Robbie has no idea what he's missing out on, does he?

The Sun reported that Robbie couldn’t wait to step out on stage again, quoting a source as saying: “Robbie's first return to Take That was never going to be a one-off. He feels passionate and proud of the band's achievements and still wants to be part of it.

"He loves the big tours and being in the studio with the lads. His comeback will be a great way to mark their anniversary."

However, Robbie’s rep has now told MirrorCeleb: "Robbie’s plan for 2016 is to make his next solo album. He then hopes to subsequently tour that album.

These are his only plans in terms of recording and touring."

There's no longer any bad blood between the former bandmates

Despite considering a split when Jason Orange left, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen are soldiering on, and recently completed another mammoth UK tour.

Robbie showed his support for his pals at a London gig in June, posing for a snap backstage and subsequently sparking reunion rumours (again).

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