Vietnam enticing United
The Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) is negotiating to pay up to 2.47 million US dollars to entice Manchester United for a one-off game next year, with AC Milan also on its radar.
"This is a huge amount of money but we can arrange it. We can get money from tickets, advertising and broadcasting rights and so on," VFF chairman Nguyen Trong Hy was quoted as saying by the Asean Football Federation.
But negotiations with United are far from over.
According to VFF, the Red Devils have insisted on strict conditions for the game, whose date has yet to be set.
United last played in Asia in 2007, with stops in Japan, South Korea, Macau and the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou.