From India, we bring you some breaking football news – Amrinder Singh will leave Mumbai City FC.
Goalkeeper Amrinder Singh has made 84 appearances for Mumbai City FC. The Mahilpur-born Amrinder has also captained the franchise.
Now, most recently, he has helped Mumbai City FC become the current ISL champions and League Winners.
But then came arrival of breaking football news – Amrinder Singh will leave Mumbai City FC, as per a media release.
So, Mumbai City FC’s 2020-21 ISL final against ATK Mohun Bagan was thus the last match he played with them.
Singh Signs Off Mumbai
The Reigning ISL champions have confirmed that Singh, who joined the club in September 2016, will leave the franchise soon.
Having joined on loan from Bengaluru FC initially, the goalkeeper will make his exit after his contract ends on Monday. Singh had penned a three-year extension with the club in March 2018.
The 27-year-old goalkeeper will now be quitting the club after spending five seasons at the club.
As farewell, Singh said: “Kabhi nahi bhool sakta, ye last paanch saal!”
“I have learnt so much about football and about life in my time at Mumbai City,” Amrinder has said, as the release has quoted.
“I have had the privilege of working with some of the best players, the best coaches, and staff here,” he continued.
“This club is my family and it’s always tough to say goodbye to family,” he added.
Referring to the ISL title glory, he said next: “But I am proud that I can leave this family as a champion, winning our first ever trophies, and I will always hold Mumbai City close to my heart.”
“I came to this club five years ago as a boy and now I leave as a man,” he said, in the beginning.
In farewell to the goalkeeper, head coach Sergio Lobera said: “Amrinder’s influence both on and off the pitch was immense and his role in our incredibly successful last season cannot be understated.”