Doubts are growing over Arsenal’s friendly in Vietnam this summer due to a row over stadium fees.
Reports say the Vietnam Football Federation are unhappy that the cost of using the stadium is seven times the normal amount.
“The price the My Dinh stadium asked for is too unreasonable,” Le Hung Dung, vice chairman of the Vietnam Football Federation told Reuters.
The stadium owners, hit back saying, “All money is being used to renovate the stadium. This is a historic game and we have to prepare for that.”
Fears that the game might be cancelled are being played down, but a similar problem last summer meant that a planned trip to Nigeria was cancelled.
Instead, Arsenal sent three players to do some dancing.
The Gunners are due to face the Vietnam national team on July 17th.