Robinho could make his Premier League debut in that match after the 24-year-old moved to City rather than long-term suitors Chelsea, who refused to match his asking price.
Al-Fahim will try to attend that match, and wants to travel to England for talks with the club and the Premier League to clarify details of the takeover.
In a statement released on Monday, ADUG said the aim would be for City to compete in the Champions League in the 2009-10 campaign, which would require a top-four finish this season.
Although the club have started the season well and are third in the table after three games, Al-Fahim appeared to acknowledge the real hunt for trophies would begin next season.
"A place in the Champions League is quite a jump from last season, but we are ready to sit down with the manager, find out the players he would like, and bring the right players into the club," Al-Fahim added.
And financial advisor Amanda Stavely, who brokered the Abu Dhabi deal, said the Manchester club proved an entincing prospect.
"The Premier League without doubt as a sporting brand is a great opportunity. We should be very proud of British football," she said.
"Any outside or foreign investor can only be excited to get involved in world-class league. Manchester City sells itself."
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