Indian Super League (ISL) side Kerala Blasters have signed Indian winger Seityasen Singh on a massive two-year deal, Goal can confirm.
The 26-year-old from Manipur currently plays for Delhi Dynamos and has managed a goal and three assists in 11 games this season. He has previously played for NorthEast United before signing with Delhi in the player draft held before the fourth season of ISL. He has also made five appearances for the Indian national team under Stephen Constantine.
Seityasen could earn an annual sum of between 70-80 Lakhs INR at his new club and will look to cement his place in David James' new-look first team. As reported earlier, Blasters have already agreed to deals for Northeast United players Halicharan Narzary and Seimenlen Doungel.
The recent additions of Doungel, Narzary and Seityasen to strengthen the attack throws question marks over CK Vineeth's future at Kerala Blasters.
The Yellow Army's immediate focus will be the upcoming Super Cup tournament which kicks off on March 31. Blasters are set to face I-League runners-up NEROCA FC in the Round-Of-16 on April 6 at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar.