Ashley Cole linked with return to Arsenal, so where are the rest of the 2004 'Invincibles' now?
Left-back could be the fourth member of the unbeaten team to re-sign
Should Ashley Cole do the impossible and rejoin Arsenal, he would be the fourth member of the imperious 2004 'Invincibles' to be re-signed by manager Arsene Wenger, following Jens Lehmann, Sol Campbell and Thierry Henry.
Add in the mix Robert Pires and Gilberto Silva, who have in the past returned to the club for training sessions and that is potentially six members of the Gunners starting XI from that unbeaten season who at some point returned.
Cole left Arsenal in controversial circumstances to join Chelsea in a part-exchange for William Gallas in 2006, but is out of contract with the Blues in the summer. While the allure of the MLS in America seems a more probable destination for the 33-year-old left-back, stranger things have happened in the world of football.
The currently suspended Mathieu Flamini of course re-signed for the club from Milan over the summer, but he originally joined the Gunners the season after their unprecedented Premier League triumph.
So, 10 years after the success, from Japan to America, where are the rest of the 'Invincibles' now?
Latest in Sport
Chelsea vs Tottenham: Eden Hazard exclusive interview - All is rosy in the garden of Eden
Arsenal vs Monaco: Theo Walcott 'involved in spat' with fans after Champions League defeat
It's time to stop the 'small club' jibes after Chelsea signed £200m Yokohama deal
Robbie Savage avoids driving ban - because he would get 'accosted' too much if he had to use public transport
Liverpool vs Manchester City: Brendan Rodgers and his fading Liverpool may have reached breaking point
- 1 Forget 'The Dress': Here are five of the biggest news stories you might have missed
- 2 The black and blue dress: Makers considering a white and gold version
- 3 Prince Harry leaving the armed forced to pursue conservation projects in Africa
- 4 PornHub turns masturbation into energy in bid to save the planet
New theory could prove how life began and disprove God
Half of Ukip voters say they are prejudiced against people of other races
'Cash for access' scandal: Sir Malcolm Rifkind says 'unrealistic' for MPs to live on £67,000 salary
This is what it's like to be dead, according to a guy who died for a bit
'Jihadi John': CAGE representative storms off Sky News accusing Kay Burley of Islamophobia
Aqsa Mahmood branded a 'disgrace' by her parents after claims she recruited three UK girls flying to Middle East