Star India midfielder Sahal Abdul Samad joined Mohun Bagan Tremendous Large on Friday from Kerala Blasters as defender Pritam Kotal moved in the wrong way. Sahal, who had been in Kerala since 2017, joined Mohun Bagan on a five-year deal.
“The Membership has reached an settlement for the switch of Sahal Abdul Samad in trade for a participant and an undisclosed switch charge. It’s with a heavy coronary heart that the Membership bids adieu to Sahal, and we want him the most effective in his journey forward,” Kerala Blasters FC mentioned on Twitter.
Sahal was a part of the Indian facet that not too long ago gained the Intercontinental Cup and SAFF Championship.
Three-time ISL winner Kotal was additionally a part of the Blue Tigers through the tournaments and has joined Kerala on a three-year contract.
Sahal is Mohaun Bagan’s third huge Indian signing of the summer time after Anirduh Thapa and Anwar Ali. They’ve additionally signed Australian world cuper Jason Cummings and Albania’s Armando Sadiku.
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