Chennaiyin FC has signed Davinder Singh on a one-year contract right before the season starts. The man will play at full-back which is his natural position.
To date, the youngster has appeared thrice wearing the Blue Tigers jersey. Prior to the 2018-19 campaign, the full-back suffered a knee injury. As a result, he was out for three editions of the Indian Super League. Davinder Singh made his debut in the ISL with Mumbai City playing a total of nine matches which includes a Super Cup outing and in his debut matched he bagged the Emerging Player of the Match against Kerala Blasters.
Davinder Singh had risen from a University footballer to the level of National footballer. His performance in the 2018 AFC Championship Qualifiers for India U-20 impressed then coach Stephen Constantine. The fullback from Punjab University debuted for India in the 2018 South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Championship.
Davinder Singh acknowledged that he has to put in a lot of effort and hard work to be back at the Indian dressing room. He also stated that joining Chennaiyin FC was a rather easy decision on his part and he is looking forward to play at a club of this stature. Singh also wants to get back on the pitch and is excited to work with head coach Boško.
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