RB Leipzig and FC Goa are into the deliberate collaboration of three years, Indian Super League
ISL outfit Red bull Leipzig have set foot into a new collaboration with the FC Goa that will remain until June 30th, 2023. The agreement has been finally done and announced.
This agreement will bring new opportunities for the Indian footballers to learn new skills at the facilities of the German Club. President and co-owner of FC Goa, Akshay Tandon, entitled Leipzig as the ‘perfect partner’ after the agreement was completed.
“Partnerships such as these validate our long-term vision that we have at the Club. Our goal is to develop Indian footballers for the world stage and this partnership helps us create a visible pathway for all young aspiring footballers in India,” said Tandon.said Tandon.
On the other side, the CEO of Leipzig, Oliver Mintzlaff, said that the newly made partnership could explore new suitable perspectives.
“We are very much looking forward to the partnership with FC Goa, because this club is a perfect fit for us with its young, modern, and innovative approach. We want to break new ground with RB Leipzig and take our first steps internationally. Our cooperation with FC Goa is the first step of a wider internationalisation strategy”.
The flourishing market of India is very suitable for the agreement. The conversations with FC Goa were very convincing, open and purposeful from the start.
Both the clubs are spending the same amount of money on the same agenda of training the young talents and to promote football activities internationally. This agreement also has an agenda of increasing knowledge regarding the prosperous future of football in these countries.
On the other side, Mintzalff looked very excited to enter the Indian market and build the clubs of German brands in very huge countries.
The Indian market of football is very growing and football in India is becoming very important. The deals seem very optimistic. Both the countries will get benefits from this agreement.
It is really a great chance for the young talents of Indian footballers to sharpen their football skills and forge them.