ISL 2021-22: 5 best transfers till now

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Mumbai City FC signs 2020-21 emerging player Lalengmawia for the ISL 2021-22 season | SportzPoint
The ISL 2021-22 season is just around the corner. The franchises are building their teams in order to lift the trophy. We look into the top 5 transfers of the upcoming season so far which might act as a difference-maker for the respective team.
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The ISL 2021-22 season of the hasn’t started yet and we already witnessed top transfers. The ISL 2021 is scheduled to start on November 19, 2021. However, the transfer window is open and players are joining and switching teams.

Let us look at the top 5 transfers that underwent for the upcoming season so far. We will also take you through the contract details, transfer fee (if involved), and player profile of the mentioned players.

Also Read: ISL Transfers: Top 5 most expensive transfers in ISL History

Top 5 transfers for the ISL 2021-22 till now:

5. Sanjeev Stalin [Sertanense F.C. to Kerala Blasters]

Sajeev Stalin made his move from Sertanense F.C to Kerala Blasters for the ISL 2021-22 season | SportzPoint
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Sanjeev Stalin is one of the most talented players in India if not the most talented. He has spent two years in the second division of the Portuguese League. Subsequently, Stalin will look to make a huge impact in Indian football now. His attacking abilities from the left-back will be a huge addition to the Kerela Blasters team that finished 10th last season.

4. Liston Colaco [Hyderabad FC to ATK Mohun Bagan FC]

ATK Mohun Bagan signs Liston Colaco on a record transfer fee of ₹9.41m from Hyderabad FC. The 22-year-old centre-forward will join the runners-up for the upcoming season. His contract runs until May 31, 2023. The young sensational talent from Goa has scored 4 goals and 3 assists in 31 appearances in the ISL. He will look to make the ISL 2021-22 season count.

Also Read: ISL Stats: Most Valuable players in the Indian Super League

3. Hugo Boumous [Mumbai City FC to ATK Mohun Bagan FC]

ISL Transfers: Top 5 most expensive transfers in ISL History - SportzPoint
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One of the costliest signings of the summer so far has been made by the ISL 2020 runners-up ATK Mohun Bagan. They have signed the 25-year-old attacking midfielder from Mumbai City FC for a whopping transfer fee of ₹18.83m. Hugo Boumous has signed a 5-year deal with the club and his contract expires on May 31, 2026. However, ATK might have got this player as a steal because he is currently valued at ₹47.91m in the transfer market.

2. Lalengmawia [North East United FC to Mumbai City FC]

Mumbai City FC signs Lalengmawia from North East United FC for the ISL 2021-22 season | SportzPoint
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Defending Indian Super League champions Mumbai City FC land 2020-21 Emerging Player of the Season Lalengmawia for an undisclosed fee. Lalengmawia, usually known as Apuia Raltemade his debut for India against Oman in late March.

Also Read: ISL 2021: Most goals by ISL clubs in a single season

1. Bartholomew Ogbeche [Mumbai City F.C. to Hyderabad F.C.]

ISL 2020/21: Bartholomew Ogbeche helps Mumbai City
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Bartholomew Ogbeche is one of the best strikers in ISL. In his only season with Kerala Blasters, Ogbeche was the club’s highest scorer with 15 goals. He also played a very crucial role in Mumbai City F.C’s title-winning run scoring 8 goals. Hyderabad will hope to do well than the previous season with the signing of this star. Ogbeche’s addition will make their attack fierce and they will look to finish within this season on a high.

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