Footage of Marcus Rashford and Phil Foden teaming up in pre-season has gone viral on social media.
Despite their allegiances across Manchester, the two are close pals and proved that with an intense training session.
While both clubs are yet to start their pre-season tours, that has not stopped Rashford and Foden from getting into shape well ahead of schedule.
And it culminated in a beautiful goal in the sun with the Manchester City ace popping one up for the Manchester United forward, who posted the clip onto social media.
On the volley from Foden’s pass, Rashford leathered a shot towards the goal that looped into the top corner.
It left the goalkeeper with no chance as he took one glance at the incoming shot and decided that he was getting nowhere near it.
And fans cannot wait to see them back in action – for their respective clubs, though, not together.
One fan replied: “Another 30G/A season loading.”
Another wrote: “2 ENGLAND STARS COOKING.”
A third posted: “The fans hate each other more than these players do.”
And this fan said: “The way foden caresses the ball just looks so aesthetically pleasing.”
While this supporter wrote: “Rivalry in football only exists amongst fans these days. Imagine seeing Scholesy having a kick about with Stephen Ireland.”
This fan made quite the point, though, tweeting: “You just know Roy Keane is foaming at the mouth seeing Foden and Rashford train together.”
But Rashford and Foden were not just on the pitch during their summer getaway as they put the work in inside the gym as well.
And the two Manc lads, one from Stockport and the other from Wythenshawe, have big campaigns coming up.
City are the team to beat after winning the treble last season, even triumphing over United in the FA Cup final along the way.
While Foden was not always a starter under Pep Guardiola last term, he still registered his best campaign for goals and assists in the Premier League.
In total, he chipped in with 15 strikes and eight assists in all competitions – with 11 of his goals and five of his assists coming in the top-flight.
Rashford also had his best-ever campaign after becoming the main man under Erik ten Hag.
The 25-year-old scored 30 times in all competitions, setting up 11, as United finished third in the Premier League.
With the Champions League coming up next season, Ten Hag will need the England international to enjoy a similar campaign to keep their trophy dreams alive.
After winning the Carabao Cup last season, the Red Devils want to follow up a decent debut campaign under their new manager to win further trophies.
The Premier League and Champions League titles are the dreams, but prising them away from City might be too steep a hurdle right now.