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INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE: MUMBAI CITY FC SEAL THE DEAL FOR THE BRAZILIAN

INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE: MUMBAI CITY FC SEAL THE DEAL FOR THE BRAZILIAN

 

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According to some reports Indian super league franchise Mumbai City face has acquired 22-year-old Brazilian midfielder Thiago Santos from Brazilian Club Flamengo on a loan.

This deal happens on the 21st August and the Bollywood superstar Ranbir Kapoor co owned team signed the young Brazilian for seven months.

The Brazilian youngster has made his debut for the Brazilian club Santos at the age of his 17 after that make some senior appearances for the Brazilian giants but he has got some effuse opportunities for them.

 

He attires the Flamengo jersey for six times and he has one goal in his name for the Flamengo side.

This season the young jubilant Brazilian will play his football for the Mumbai city Fc in the Indian Super League, he is yet to be tested to his true potential.

Indian Super league suggests that this season this extravagant event will take the new hike as new teams added and everyone is trying to reinforce tier teams.

 

 

 

 

 

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