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Manchester City owner interested in investing in Mumbai City FC: Reports

The buzz for the entire episode began after Manchester City chief executive Ferran Soriano set social media abuzz on March 5 by saying his team were considering buying a club in India

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English Premier League giants Manchester City's owners have been inclined towards making an investment in the Indian Super League (ISL). Reportedly, the City Football Group are interested in making an investment in Indian Super League franchise Mumbai City FC.

Owned by Sheikh Mansour of Abu Dhabi Royal Family, the City Football Group (CFG) has reportedly been in talks with the Islanders for the past eight months. Earlier, officials from CFG had attended some of the Mumbai City FC games.

Meanwhile, there are rumours that the group might either take over the Ranbir Kapoor-owned club entirely or the investment might just be partial. However, Mumbai City FC owners have made no comments about the reported talks.

The buzz for the entire episode began after Manchester City chief executive Ferran Soriano set social media abuzz on March 5 by saying his team were considering buying a club in India.

Along with the Premier League, the CFG has several interests in football entities outside the English League. They partially or jointly own the New York City FC (MLS), Melbourne City FC (A-League), Girona (La Liga), Club Atletico Torque (Uruguay) and Yokohama F. Marinos (J. League).

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