There is a possibility that Matt Lauer and Katie Couric could team up again in the future, reports state.

An inside source confided to Us Weekly that the former Today show partners may collaborate on Couric's daytime talkshow Katie.

Lauer's contract is due to expire in 2014, leaving him with a chance to move on from the flagging NBC morning program. However, Today show execs aren't keen on letting Lauer leave after his $25 million deal is up.

"We are not considering replacing Matt Lauer," Today's Alex Wallace told the New York Post in March. ""As we've said before, Matt is the best in the business. We want him in the 'Today' show anchor chair for many years to come."

Us Weekly's source states that Disney-ABC, which currently airs Katie, want to reassemble the dream team in order to "re-create that old magic."

This isn't the first time networks have tried to re-pair Couric and Lauer.

"There were some cautious overtures to me to possibly come back to the Today show," Couric told Howard Stern of past offers from NBC.

Fans who wish to have those old, familiar faces back together again will probably have to wait until Lauer is closer to deciding his post-2014 future for more definite news.