London, June 10 Sheikh Mansour, owner of Manchester City, will attend the Champions League final against Inter Milan this Saturday, which will be the second game he has attended since taking over the club in 2008.
Mansour, who will be accompanied in the stands by the club’s president, Khaldoon al-Mubarak, a much more regular at City matches, had not attended a match for thirteen years, when he witnessed a 3-0 win against Liverpool in 2010.
Mansour bought the club in 2008 and since then has made it one of the leaders in Europe, with more than 1,000 million euros spent on transfers that have brought seven Premier League, three FA Cups, six League Cups and qualification to the the Champions League without interruption since 2012.
In this competition they reached their first semifinals in 2016, their first final in 2021 and this year they aspire to win it for the first time and thus complete the triplet of titles. EFE