Hero Indian Super League (Hero ISL) 2018-19 finalists, FC Goa have brought back former defender, Amey Ranawade to the club ahead of the coming season.
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Mumbai City FC have completed a deal to bring Tunisian midfielder Mohamed Larbi to the club for the Hero Indian Super League (Hero ISL) 2019-20 season.
Hyderabad FC have reportedly, secured the services of Spanish midfielder, Nestor Gordillo ahead of the coming Hero Indian Super League (Hero ISL) season.
Former Mumbai City FC and FC Pune City defender Lalchhuanmawia may be on his way to join Odisha FC, according to reports.
Newly formed Hero ISL club Hyderabad FC are reportedly in talks with former Kerala Blasters youngster Deependra Negi.
Eelco Schattorie’s side were the most proactive club in the summer window, bringing in a flurry of new signings. Bartholomew Ogbeche, Mario Arques, Sergio Cindoncha and Gianni Zuiverloon were the standout buys, with players like TP Rehenesh and Mohammed Rafi also joining the club. Amongs those leaving Kochi, includes Anas Edathodika, Seiminlen Doungel, Dheeraj Singh and CK Vineeth.
The two-time Hero ISL champions went into the market with real intent, signing some top talents like Roy Krishna, David Williams and Javier Hernandez, among others. Anas Edathodika, Michael Soosairaj and Dheeraj Singh were amongst the big Indian names brought in, while Manuel Lanzarote, Edu Garcia and Andre Bikey headlined the list of departures.
The reigning Hero ISL champions made some tweaks to their already formidable squad. Manuel Onwu, Raphael Augusto and Ashique Kuruniyan were signed to offset the loss of Miku and Xisco Hernandez. Apart from that, the Blues have the majority of last season’s core ready to defend their crown.
After a disappointing Hero ISL 2018-19 campaign, the former two-time champions seemed determined to bolster their squad for the 2019-20 campaign, adding Lucian Goian, Masih Saighani, Nerijus Valskis, Lallianzuala Chhangte and others to their squad. Raphael Augusto, Gregory Nelson and Mailson Alves were the prominent outgoings.
Jorge Costa’s Islanders have a vastly different squad this time around, with multiple players having left and almost an equal number arriving at the club. Amine Chermiti, Diego Carlos and Serge Kevyn have all been signed, while Paulo Machado and Modou Sougou have penned new deals. Joyner Lourenco, Lucian Goian and Arnold Issoko are the major names to have left the club.
Sergio Lobera’s men were already well stocked in all areas of the pitch and didn’t exactly need a lot of investment. Seiminlen Doungel and Aiban Dohling have been the only notable additions to complement a host of important contract extensions during the window.
The Highlanders saw influential trio Bartholomew Ogbeche, Rowllin Borges and Mato Grgic move on quite early in the summer. The club did well to hold on to Federico Gallego and signed South American forwards Maximiliano Barreiro and Martin Chaves to shore up their forward options. The club have also signed a raft of Indian stars.
Following Mario Arques, Michael Soosairaj and Sergio Cindoncha’s departure, Jamshedpur were left a bit short in attack. They, however, responded quickly and brought in Piti, Sergio Castel, Noe Acosta and Aitor Monroy. Amarjit Singh and Narender Gahlot are amongst the big Indian stars signed by the club for the upcoming season.