Queen of Pop Madona and Her Son’s Football Player Dream

After much delay, Madonna Queen of Pop also decided to move completely to Portugal to live in order to continue the dream of becoming a soccer star.

On the personal page, Queen of Pop Madonna confirmed that she will move to Lisbon (Portugal) for the convenience of her son at Benfica youth team.

The singer will live at a 7.5 million euro villa in Sintra, 25km from Lisbon center. Madonna is supporting her son Banda on his way to becoming a professional football player.

Banda was adopted by Madonna in 2006 when she was born in Malawi, playing for U12 Benfica. In June, Madonna took Banda to a trial at the Benfica training academy. After only a week, Banda immediately caught the eye of scouts and was highly rated at the Ben12 team U12.

Benfica is one of the most famous football academies in the world. Many mature players from this club’s training facility such as Bernardo Silva, Renato Sanches or other trained amateur players such as David Luiz, Angel Di Maria, Matic and more.

For her part, Madonna is the best-selling female artist of all time. She often posted photos of Banda playing on Instagram. She also began to show love for football, particularly with Benfica Club.

The equally energetic fiery demeanor next to Madonna’s young stars has made many people forget that the “singing woman” is now in her sixties (Madonna was born August 16, 1958 in Bay City, Michigan State, USA). Since officially joining the music industry in 1983, Madonna has maintained a strong attraction as she was in the beginning and is regarded as a global cultural symbol.

Throughout her career, Madonna has built a great legacy of music, style, fashion and thought. Her influence has been compared by cultural and sociological experts to the appeal of The Beatles, Elvis Presley, or Michael Jackson – musical legends that have left an unforgettable mark in great culture. they are Americans for generations. In particular, referring to Madonna, one will immediately remember a feminist symbol, a non-stop feminist for over three decades.