Donegal fans are buzzing with the news that country music star Garth Brooks is to play a series of shows at Croke Park in 2022.
It is believed negotiations are at an advanced stage and the country music singer is set to return to GAA headquarters next year.
In 2014 the singer cancelled five sell out gigs for the Garth Brooks Comeback Special concert in Croke Park which left 400,000 fans disappointed after they had purchased tickets.
The controversy made headlines around the world as the international superstar was set to return to Ireland for the first time since 1997.
The initial plans allowed for two shows at Croke Park and many fans camped out over night to secure the much sought-after tickets.
Dublin City Council only granted a license for three of the sell out shows, however, the country star insisted it was five or nothing.
As a result 400,000 refunds were issued and fans were left broken hearted.
No official comment has been made as of yet by Croke Park or by the Dublin County Council.