New Delhi: Indian football team’s number one goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu has signed a new contract of five years with the Bengaluru FC after playing a key role in the side’s campaign in the ongoing Indian Super League.
The Blues, who have made it to the March 17 ISL summit clash at their home ground in Bangalore, decided to retain the former Stabaek FC goalkeeper who has been impressive under the bar in this ISL.
“Yes, we have offered a five-year contract to Gurpreet and he has signed on the dotted lines. We are happy to have retained him as our goalkeeper. His contract will now run till May 2023,” an official of the club told PTI on the condition of anonymity.
The official, however, refused to divulge any financial details regarding the contract.
The 26-year-old Punjab-born goalkeeper is already one of the highest paid players in the ISL.
Gurpreet returned to India last year after spending three years at Norwegian club Stabaek during 2014-17. He made just three first-team…