Jay-Z to sign Man Utd star for Roc Nation mgt.

Jay-Z to sign Man Utd star for Roc Nation mgt.

- Jay-Z is looking to sign Roshaun Williams to his management company Roc Nation

- Roc Nation have already signed Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng to their roster

- Williams, 18, has been billed as one of England’s brightest young talents in his category

Hip hop star Jay Z is plotting a sensational move to sign Manchester United's Roshaun Williams to his sports management team Roc Nation Sports.

Jay-Z to sign Man Utd star for Roc Nation mgt.

Roshaun Williams

Jay Zlaunched his sports management company Roc Nation Sports in 2013 and has only one footballer signed to his team; Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng.

According to the Sun, Jay-Z is believed to have personally contacted Williams who’s currently managed by his dad Errol.

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Williams, 18, has been billed as one of England’s brightest young talents and has already been a part of the United first-team squad.

A number of agents are trying to sign the talented footballer from Whalley Range, Manchester, but he is understood to have yet to make a decision.

A source said: “Everyone’s trying to sign Roshaun because he looks like he is going to be the next big talent for England.

“The move from Jay Z has got all the football world talking because it’s a big statement of how he sees his company’s future.

“He has a big role in the company and football is an obvious market for him to get into with his sports business.”

Jay-Z to sign Man Utd star for Roc Nation mgt.

Jay-Z and wife Beyonce

Roc Nation is a music entertainment company founded in 2008 with its sports arm created a few years later by Jay Z.

The hip hop legend, married to singer Beyonce with whom he has a five-year-old daughter.

Roc Nation Sports already has a number of US football, boxers, baseball and basketball stars signed under management contracts.

Source: Sports.naija.ng

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