Real arrive in Cardiff for the Champions League final
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Real Madrid players get off their flight in Cardiff ahead of Champions League final.
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Drone footage of Istanbul's Olympic Ataturk Stadium on Wednesday showed preparations are well underway for the Champions League final on June 10. With 11 days to go until the match between Manchester City and Inter Milan, people were seen working in the stadium, Champions League signage had been applied to the stadium's gates and the hospitality tents were already setup.
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