Indian Super League Transfer Round Up

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Pic via Chennaiyin FC

Chennaiyin FC have completed the signing of Slovenian international midfielder Rene Mihelič for the upcoming season of Indian Super League. The attacking midfielder last played for Latvian giants Riga.

Chennaiyin FC are also rumored to be in talks with a Belgian striker and an Uruguayan defender.

Tiri against Kerla Blasters during the ISL finals
Pic via ISL

Former ATK defender Jose Luis Epinosa commonly known as Tiri has announced on twitter that he has signed for ISL new entrants Jamshedpur FC. He said “Happy to join Jamshedpur FC,my new home. I will do everything to achieve the main objective to win the Indian Super League.”

Jamshedpur FC are also in talks with 2017 ISL player of the season Flourent Malouda and former Chennaiyin FC midfielder Hans Mulder. Both the players were reportedly in talks with FC Pune City, but a source has denied such rumors.

Marcelinho celebrating a goal
Pic Via ISL

FC Pune City are close to signing ISL season 3 top scorer Marcelinho. The 30 year scored 10 goals for Delhi Dynamos helping them to the semifinals. Pune City has already roped in his former teammate Kean Lewis and North East United striker Emiliano Alfaro for the upcoming season of ISL.

Sunil Chhetri during today’s practice session
Pic via BFC

Bengaluru FC have started the preseason with their full squad assembled at the Bengalore Football Stadium yesterday ahead of their AFC Cup clash against North Korean club April 25. They are expected to go into the AFC Cup depending on their Indian strikers but are expected to sign 2 more forwards before the Indian Super League season kicks off.

Pic via Kerala Blasters

Kerala Blasters have completed the signing of Indian Super League’s top goalscorer Iain Hume. He won ISL player of the season playing for Kerala in the first season before switching ties to ATK. His signing has taken the internet by storm, and the facebook post about his signing got more than one lakh impressions.

Kerala are also expected to sign some young Europeans in the near future.