Virat Kohli, ace cricketer and vice-captain of Team India, is busy finalising business plans for life after retirement.
The 25-year-old, who shot to fame with his aggressive attitude with the bat and words on field, is mulling prospective business ventures with his friend and manager Bunty Sajdeh, founder and CEO, Cornerstone Sport and Entertainment.
Kohli is setting up a company that will allow him to invest in business ventures around sports and fitness.
Through this company, he will invest in the FC Goa franchise of the Hero Indian Super League (ISL).
While announcing the investment in the ISL team, the ace batsman had said: "This association has two sides to it for me. On the one hand, I am excited about football as a sport. It is my second favourite sport after cricket and when I realised there is an opportunity to be associated with the FC Goa team, I took it up. It is also a business venture of sorts for me. Let's face it, cricket will not last forever and I felt this was a good business opportunity."
Image Courtesy: FC Goa's Facebook site.