- After registering just one start this past season, the 4-year-old will be part of Omid Singh for East Bengal.
- Bolivant Singh will be the second signing after Omid Singh to join Remedy & Gold.
Changed 11 Apr 2020, 23:09 IST
IPL team East Bengal FC will prepare to battle it with forward Bolwant Singh on a two-year deal, SportsKida has learned. With the presence of strikers like Roy Krishna and David Williams, 5-year-old Antonio Habas failed to make the first team and could eventually go out of the Indian Super League (ISL) champions.
Singh began his professional life with the JCT in the I-League in the 21st. After three years in Ludhiana, he moved to Salgaocar for two seasons in the Goa Pro League and the I-League.
Singh faced Goa and was part of the I-League win of the Churchill Brothers squad of 25-6-14, scoring five goals in 22 matches. Red machine.
Mohanbaughan went on strike in a three-year deal on 29, where Chennaiyin incorporated two loan spells with FC in the early years of the Indian Super League.
Singh signed up for Mumbai City in the 2017-18 season before returning to Calcutta with 23 games played for Singh. Red and white And scored just two goals.
The Lions failed to get enough playing time for the 2019-20 season, with an abundance of quality in the striking lineup like Roy Krishna, David Williams and Jobby Justin.
He has only eight appearances under his belt, with just one start last season. His solitary goal of the season came in a crucial 1-0 home win against Northeast United.
Singh has had six international caps since scoring in the 27th and has scored 5 goals for this The Blue Tigers
East Bengal is active in the transfer market
In East Bengal, JG Lalpekhua, Bikash Jairoo, Eugene Lingdoh, Rino Tito, Ashutosh Mehta, Saikh Sahil and Balwant Singh had close contact after Indo-Iranian winger Omid Singh stood on the board.
After negotiations with JJ Lalpekhlawa were concluded, Red and Gold came in contact with Balwant Singh and it was reported to be in a verbal agreement with Forward, whose contract with the ISL side ends on May 7, 2020.
East Bengal is also expected to announce changes to their club management with the launch of their new website on the occasion of Paila Baishakh (Bengali New Year).
Published on April 11, 2020, 23:09 IST