Bottom Article Ad

Kerala Blasters FC transfer news: Bryce Miranda inks 4 years deal with the Blasters

Kerala Blasters transfers news: Bryce Miranda inks 6 years deal with the Blasters

Indian Super League side Kerala Blasters FC has today announced the signing of the young and promising winger Bryce Miranda from the I-League side Churchill Brother on a 4-years deal, that will keep him at the club till 2026.

The summer transfer has officially began in India on the 9th of June and Kerala Blasters has today, on the 15th of June, confirmed the arrival of Mumbaikar winger Bryce Brian Miranda from Churchill Brothers, who plays in the I-League.

Bryce Miranda is a very versatile player, who has great pace and can bomb forward with his quick runs. He can also cover in the midfield position, whether it is the central-midfield or the defensive midfield.

Bryce Miranda started his career his career at his local club Mumbai FC before joining FC Goa reserve team during the 2018-2019 season. He has been turning out for the Churchill Brothers in the I-League since joining them in November 2020.

Bryce made a total of 17 appearances for Churchill in the I-League and contributed with 1 goal and 1 assist. He has in total played 32 matches for the Goa based Churchill side and has scored 2 goals and 4 assists throughout his stint.

At the age of 22-years-old, Bryce Miranda is believed to be a great signing for the Kerala based Indian Super League, who finished runners-up in the playoffs round of the ISL 2021-2022 season.

Bryce straightaway becomes a solid replacement for the outgoing Vincy Barreto, who has joined the Chennaiyin FC before the upcoming season, after only joining Kerala Blasters last year.

Kerala Blasters FC transfer news

Kerala Blasters FC management is working hard to keep on their momentum going from last season. He club is in contact with lethal striker Roy Krishna as a replacement for Alvaro Vazquez, while trying to negotiate a deal with Argentine side Platense to resign star forward Jorge Pereyra Díaz permanently, who was on loan with them last season.

Post a Comment