Ronald and Frank De Boer are arguably the most successful brother act in club football having started off their careers together at Dutch giants Ajax before the two stars made a £22 million switch to Barcelona in 1999 to link-up with Louis van Gaal.
They also enjoyed a spell together in Scotland, with Rangers, in 2004 – before following each other to Qatar-based side Al-Rayyan SC and then their city neighbours Al-Shamal Sports Club.
Gary and Phil Neville rose up through the ranks from the club’s famed ‘Class of 92’ youth side and played alongside each other in the Red Devils first-team for more than a decade – winning a glut of trophies at Old Trafford.
As well as playing for England together, more recently, they lined up as a double act in the dugout at Valencia in 2016.
Manchester City legend Yaya Toure, at 34, is still going strong in the Premier League with the Blues and played alongside his brother, Kolo, for three seasons at the Etihad Stadium club from 2010 to 2013.
Incidentally, Kolo arrived in Manchester before Yaya and they were both part of the club’s maiden Premier league title success during the 2011-12 campaign.
While their time at Old Trafford may not have been anywhere near as successful as the Nevilles, Fabio and Rafael spent six and seven years in Manchester respectively.
Both players occupied full-back roles but Rafael was the better of the two, chalking up over 100 appearances where as Fabio struggled for regular first-team action. Still, the boys from Brazil can always lay claim to the fact they both wore the famous red jersey.
Germany stars Lars and Sven Bender will play alongside each other at Bayer 04 Leverkusen this coming season as the latter completed his summer move from Borussia Dortmund.
They previously played alongside each other for 1860 Munich during the early years of their careers.
PSG forward Edinson Cavani said Neymar is the sort of player that “anyone would love to play alongside” as speculation continues that the Brazilian could soon become Cavani’s teammate at the Paris club.
“We’re talking about a great player, and I think anyone would love to play alongside great players,” Cavani said.
“But at the moment, it’s just rumours.
“The facts are what matter and if a player comes here he would be welcomed. But today, it’s useless making things up.
Inter Milan boss Luciano Spalletti gave the clearest indication yet that Ivan Perisic could leave, saying the Serie A club will listen to serious offers for the winger.
The 28-year-old Croatian international has been strongly linked with a big-money move to Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United, while Premier League champions Chelsea are reported to be in for Inter midfielder Antonio Candreva.
“Sure there are rumours but we want to keep Perisic, he’s a very important player for the team. We are counting on him to start the new season,” Spalletti told media in Singapore, where Inter play a glamour pre-season friendly with Bayern Munich on Thursday.
“But if somebody comes in with a very difficult offer to reject then we will consider that, but of course we need to find a valid alternative for Perisic as well.”
Mourinho and United are on the look-out for a winger to provide the ammunition for Romelu Lukaku, the striker who signed this summer from Everton for a reported £75million.
And on Italian international Candreva, 30, Spalletti also failed to give assurances about his future at Inter, saying: “Nobody has officially made a request for him yet.”
The 58-year-old Spalletti took over at Inter last month, replacing Stefano Pioli after a rollercoaster campaign where Pioli replaced Dutchman Frank de Boer after less than three months in charge.