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OFFICIAL: MUMBAI CITY FC SIGNS DIEGO FORLAN AS THEIR MARQUEE PLAYER

OFFICIAL: MUMBAI CITY FC SIGNS DIEGO FORLAN AS THEIR MARQUEE PLAYER

Indian Super League: Diego Forlan confirms the signing in Mumbai City

 

Forlan formalized his signing in Mumbai City FC on a deal for three months. The Uruguay international helped his childhood club  Penarol to win the Apertura league in  Uruguay first division in 2015-16 session. He scored 8 goals in 31 matches, after that he circulated he will not be coming anymore, won the golden ball in 2010 for the best player in 2010 World Cup and winner of  Pichichi trophy twice.

 

"They want to grow football, something that is understandable given the population, next year they want to extend it to seven months and then to a whole year. For now, though, it is three months [my contract]." said Forlan.

 

Mumbai FC is now lacking 9 points to level FC Goa.  Matias Defederico of Argentina will also join the club with Forlan.

 

"Everything is all set. There are some details to be worked out but we are on our way over there,"

 

"The expectations continue to grow each year, more spectators, more TV viewers," he said. "It is something understandable given the population, but they want to grow it on an even bigger scale so they are bringing in players from other leagues." Said Forlan’s brother Pablo to  Sport 890.

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