David Guetta has reportedly expressed plans to work on a song with Christina Aguilera for his new album.
The French DJ and producer, whose record is due out next summer, said that he is keen to feature Aguilera's 'powerful' voice on the LP.
Record quotes Guetta as saying that people will go "crazy" for his next album and that he is still awaiting permission from Aguilera's label for the pair to work together.
The star also revealed that he has finished nine tracks for the record, saying: "Making music for me is not working, is my daily occupation. I have more than nine songs made for the new disk, [but] it's like wine: you have to let them breathe for people to taste and see."
Collaborations with Usher and will.i.am are also rumored to feature on the LP.
Guetta will release a deluxe edition of his latest album One Love later this year.