MU will earn a significant amount of money if they reach a friendly agreement with the East Bengal club of India.
According to sources from the UK, MU is negotiating with East Bengal Club for the first time making a tour of India. The four-person delegation of MU led by the Director of football affairs – Mr. Alan Dawson led to India to conduct talks to come to the conclusion of an agreement between the parties.
If the East Bengal club finds sponsors, it is likely that this team will pay MU a bribe amount of up to £3 million. It is expected that the friendly match will be held on August 1. The match will be held on Yuvabharati Krirancan Stadium and this is also the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the East Bengal team.
India is a potential market with many big teams in the world with a large population and a stable economy. However, not many European clubs have exploited this market in recent years.
Currently, MU is in the process of retiring according to the Winter Break schedule for the first time applied by the Premier League orginizer. The Reds will return to Premier League matches on February 17 with the match against Chelsea.
Manchester United are in talks with the East Bengal club for a friendly match in India this summer 2020, thereby earning £ 3 million for just 90 minutes of almost performing.
News from the foggy media reported that Manchester United are negotiating with the East Bengal club to make their first trip to India this summer 2020. Since last year, a delegation of four from the English club, led by Chief Executive Alan Dawson, came to conduct talks for the signing of an agreement between the parties.
If East Bengal finds sponsors, it is likely that this team will pay MU a bribe amount of up to £ 3 million. It is expected that the friendly match will be held on August 1.
On the threshold of this season, MU has originally traveled in Asia and according to the interwoven routine, they will return to North America in the summer of 2020. With fertile land of India, there is potential and a fair opportunity to advertise. image, the Red Devils are considering the possibility of breaking.