Member of the royal family of Sheikh Mansur Abu Dhabi, owner of Manchester City
He recently bought China's third division club Shichuan Jeuneu
London. The City Football Group (CFG), owner of the English Football League club Manchester City, is planning to invest in any Indian football club by the end of this year. During conversation with a sports website, CFG Chief Executive Ferran Soriano said this information.
Sheikh Mansoor, a member of the Royal Family of Abu Dhabi, owner of Manchester City. Mansur recently bought China's third division club Shichuan Jeuneu. They are now seven clubs, including New York City, Melbourne City, Japan's Yokohama F. Marinos, Atletico Torque and Girona.
There are occasions in Asia: Soriano
Soriano said, "Where there are really passion and opportunities in countries where football is really, we have some interest in some markets and countries. Like China, but also in India. That's why Asia can have some more opportunities. "The CEO said that Manchester City has been testing the Indian market for the last two years. Manchester City is currently running on top of the English Premier League (EPL) points table.
Club is looking for opportunities in India for two years
He said, "We have to be patient with all these things. We have been looking for opportunities in India for nearly two years. I can say that this year we can invest in India. "Soriano termed it as" the natural pace of development ", where the club is already adding more clubs to the growing number.