Indian Super League

ISL: Sandeep Singh extends his contract with Kerala Blasters FC till 2025

Arjun Singh Devgan
The ISL is the biggest football competition in India
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Indian Super League (ISL) side, Kerala Blasters FC on Saturday announced that key defender, Soraisam Sandeep Singh had extended his contract with the club till 2025.

Sandeep has established himself as key part of the Kerala Blasters squad ever since he joined them in 2020, immediately making an impact on his debut Blasters against Bengaluru FC, while also proving his versatility by playing in both as a wing-back and centre-back.

The 27-year-old has been impressive for them so far in his time with them, making a total of 28 appearances, which has included a staggering 89 tackles and 16 interceptions.

"I am incredibly excited and honoured to have renewed my contract further with KBFC. Making my debut for the club in the 2020-21 season was an incredible moment for me, and I want to continue improving my performance in each game. I am eager to play in front of the massive fan base we have and can already feel their shower of love which helps to keep me driven," Sandeep Singh said on his extension.

"With his attitude and physicality, Sandeep Singh's limits are high. He has all the potential needed to be a top player. Looking forward to working together for the upcoming seasons," Karolis Skinkys, Sporting Director added.

Sandeep Singh is not the first player to extend his deal with the Kerala Blasters this season as they have already secured Bijoy Varghese, Jeakson Singh, Marko Lešković, Prabhsukhan Gill, and Karanjit Singh to long-term deals.