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DEAL DONE : FC Pune city to include Jonatan Lucca in the third season of the Indian super league

DEAL DONE : FC Pune city to include Jonatan Lucca in the third season of the Indian super league

Indian super league franchise FC Pune City boosted up their squad by signing the former AS Roma midfielder Jonatan Lucca for the upcoming season of ISL 2016.


The young and much talented 22 years of old was in Goa FC in the previous season of ISL where he was under performing and could not lite up to his potential and scoring just 3 goals out of 16 appearances made by him in the last season of Indian Super League.


FC Pune city CEO Gaurav Modwel on the signing of Lucca said that he is a durable midfielder to buy and will benefit the club in every possible ways because he has proved himself and is perfect combination of speed and skill.

"Lucca is a naturally talented midfielder and Pune FC will give him the right platform to play and show up all his abilities because he has got the potential to be the best in the league"

 

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