Jay-Z’s Roc Nation group signed up to represent Manchester United star Marcus Rashford in June 2020, but it now seems that the tie has been cut off.
Rashford is represented in football matters by DN May Sports Management, run by his brothers Dwaine and Dane, while Jay-Z’s Roc Nation company handled the off-field matters.
According to The Telegraph, Roc Nation’s role was to represent Rashford in ‘philanthropy, PR and marketing, communications, digital strategy and commercial partnerships’.
The media outlet also reported that Rashford worked closely with Kelly Hogarth, Roc Nation’s vice-president of strategy and communications, who supported him in his work for underpriviledged children.
The Telegraph wrote: “Rashford, 23, is no longer on Roc Nation’s list of clients.
“It is understood he will continue to work with [Hogarth], but not with the company.”
It was not stated why Rashford won’t work Roc Nation anymore, even though he’d still work with Hogarth.