Noel Gallagher and brother Liam both arrive in Porto for the Champions League final days after reigniting feud

NOEL Gallagher and brother Liam both attended the Champions League final today just days after reigniting their ongoing feud.

The famous brothers – who have been at war with each other since the 90s – arrived at Estádio do Dragão in Porto, Portugal, tonight for the big match between Manchester City and Chelsea FC.

Noel, who turned 54 today, rocked up to the sporting event in an all black ensemble.

He paired his jacket and trousers with a face mask and some sunglasses.

The star, who was seen leaving a restaurant with model Gala Gordon at 3am before heading off with his wife on Friday morning, was also interviewed by Des Kelly for BT Sport during the big game.

Meanwhile his brother Liam, 48, posed for a picture with a fan in some brown aviator sunglasses and a green checkered coat.

It is not known if the pair engaged with each other or knew they were there.

It comes just days after Liam branded Noel a "massive c***" on Twitter.

Noel shared a clip of himself holding up a sign reading: "Ask me anything about the last 10 years", to commemorate ten years of his band Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.

He tweeted it with the caption: "Last chance to ask Noel anything about the last 10 years! Get your questions in the comments below by midnight (BST) tonight #NGHFB10"

However, Liam took the opportunity to throw a jab at his sibling, asking: "Why are you such a massive c***?"

Noel and Liam shot to fame in 1991 as part of English rock group Oasis.

The brothers' feud has lasted from the early days of the band in 1994 all the way through to their split in 2009.

During their time in the band a number of incidents occurred including them both quitting the band temporarily, fighting and harsh words being thrown at each other in interviews.

After 13 years together they decided to go their separate ways.

Noel released his own solo career in 2011, to which his brother responded with “SHITBAG”, but he later pursued his own in 2016.

After years of fighting, Noel recently admitted he would end it all for a whopping £100million.

Speaking to Jonathan Ross about Liam's claim he turned down £100m for a comeback tour, Noel said: "Why do you say ‘it’s not necessarily untrue’ – because it is untrue.

"There isn’t £100m in the music business between all of us… if anybody wants to offer me £100m now, I’ll say it now, I’ll do it.

"I’ll do it for £100m. Ludicrous.

"What is funny though is that I think Liam actually believes it, which is the funny thing."

His comments come after a Oasis 30th anniversary reunion was in talks back in March this year.

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