You bought a football match ticket. However, you are unable to go. So you want to offer the ticket to your friend. Write a letter to your friend. In your letter: explain the football tournament why you are unable to go how can your friend get the ticket

Dear John, How are you and Angela? It has been a long time since we met. We must plan something very soon, maybe
next
month. Anyways, I am writing to check if you are available on September 20th. As a matter of fact, I bought a football match ticket
last
month between Liverpool and Real Madrid. It is the Champions League final and I must say
this
will be an incredible game. To give you more information, the UEFA Champions League is an annual club football competition organised by the Union of European Football Associations and contested by top-division European clubs. Unfortunately, I cannot travel to Spain to watch
this
final as yesterday I got to know that I have to visit France
next
week for an urgent business meeting. I thought I would be able to make it but no one is available to fill my gap. If you are interested in the game
then
I can send you the ticket via speed post and will reach you in 2 business days. Warm regards, Ishant Kesar
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