Mumbai City FC Extend Bipin Singh’ Contract till 2025

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With 5 goals and 4 assists, Manipuri footballer Bipin Singh has proved himself to be a valuable asset for Mumbai City FC. Not to mention the last goal was the championship winning goal which undoubtedly makes the 26-year-old the most effective left-winger of the Indian Super League (ISL) last season.

Bipin Sigh made his mark in ISL book of records by being the only player to score a hat-trick in the 2020-21 ISL season.

Bipin Singh to Stay With the Islanders Till 2025

The Shillong Lajong prodigy had joined the then ATK Mohun Bagan in 2017. After a season, he moved to Mumbai City FC on a two years contract. Bipin finally made a breakthrough in the latest ISL season and won both the league shield and the trophy.

A stellar ISL campaign earned Mumbai City’s bonafide star an India call-up. Bipin’s market value was bound to witness a sharp increase now that he will be playing for the senior national team. The Islanders made no delay in offering their high performer a contract extension till 2025 before anyone else add him to their buying list. Bipin did not hesitate to continue his stint in Mumbai City, with whom he won the domestic double.

What Made Bipin’s 2020-21 ISL Campaign So Impressive?

Bipin is a pacey player and it is quite evident from his style of play that he uses it to his advantage. What is more astounding is that his ease of playing with both feet. This attribute makes him intimidating in the opponent’s half.   

“If you try to play with your mind still thinking about a mistake you made, you will certainly make another one. He tells us that it is important to back yourself and keep going on and that confidence has helped me become better and better.” Bipin had told in the 2020-21 season.

Bipin Singh’s multi-crore contract means we will see him in the sky blue jersey till the summer of 2025. The deal seems to be beneficial for both the player and the club. After ISL, mission Oman awaits the Manipuri left-winger.

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