Jay-Z WILL attend Champions League final in London this weekend – and why he’ll support Real Madrid against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley!

  • Real Madrid are the favorites to win the Champions League in London 
  • Madrid star Vinicius Jr is represented by Jay Z’s Roc Nation agency 

Jay-Z will be in London this weekend to cheer on Real Madrid in the Champions League final against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley.

Jay-Z, 54, is the founder of Roc Nation, the talent agency that represents a rapidly growing number of stars across a variety of sports – including Real Madrid forward Vinicius Jr.

The Brazil star is an early contender to win the Ballon d’Or, with his Real team winning LaLiga by 10 points in the 2023-24 season.

But continental club glory is widely considered as a prerequisite to claim the award, meaning victory is imperative for the 23-year-old’s hopes of individual honors further down the line.

He will also have a chance to strengthen his claims later this summer with Brazil competing in the Copa America, which is held in the United States.

Vinicius Jr (left) will be supported by Jay-Z at this weekend’s Champions League final

Vinicius has won the tournament before but this year is an early Ballon d'Or contender

Vinicius has won the tournament before but this year is an early Ballon d’Or contender

Vinicius has scored 23 goals in 38 games across all competitions for Real going into Saturday’s showdown against the German team.

The Brazilian, who has won the Champions League once already, is the only Roc Nation player representing the organization on Sunday but other stars such as Kevin De Bruyne of Manchester City and Gabriel Martinelli of Arsenal.

He joined the agency last July, sharing a picture with Jay-Z and calling him a ‘legend’ once the move was complete.

Real are favorites to emerge victorious on Saturday night, with coach Carlo Ancelotti targeting his fifth Champions League triumph as a manager.

As for Madrid, the team is going after its 15th Champions League title, the most in the history of the competition by a distance with Milan second on 7. Ancelotti won two of those titles.

Dortmund, meanwhile, won the tournament once before in 1997.

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