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Well, who expected this news story to break today?
According to Dan Wootton of The Sun, Soccer Aid star Mark Wright has been offered the opportunity of a life time.
The report claims that Jose Mourinho has offered the former Towie star a two-week trial at Manchester United. And that's not all.
Wright has also had a "serious offer" from Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce, who managed England during the charity game.
A source told The Sun: "Mark has always fancied himself as a decent footballer. But he didn't expect this amount of interest after Soccer Aid.
"Jose came up to him after the game and asked him if he was free to head up to United's training ground to see how he gets on among some professionals.
"Mark is now making sure he can fit it into his schedule but he is very keen. Sam rang on Tuesday with a similar offer."
Mark Wright put England ahead with a 30-yard free kick and Sky Sports commentator Chris Kamara also suggested that he would be a wanted man after the game.
What an opportunity.