Today's roundup includes two of former Kelantan stars' future, and Sabah's new signings
|WHAT THE PAPERS ARE SAYING|
After being linked with several local and import players, Selangor are now linked with young Indonesian star Andik Vermansyah, as reported by Harian Metro. The tabloid spoke to FAS deputy president, Mokhtar Ahmad who confirmed the Red Giants' interest in the Persebaya 1927 winger. However, he admitted that talks are still in the early stages, but their full squad for the 2014 season will be revealed this weekend.
Whereas for Andik, the 21-year-old had recently undergone a trial with J-League Division 1 side Ventforet Kufu.
JOHOR DARUL TAKZIM
After it was announced on Wednesday that Norfarhan Mohammad was among the players that have been released by Kelantan, Norfarhan told Harian Metro in an interview that he may be playing for Johor Darul Takzim in 2014.
After it was announced that Indra Putra was among the players that have been released by Kelantan, a picture was released yesterday on social media of him in a contract signing ceremony with Premier League side Felda United.
Local daily New Sabah Times has revealed that Premier League side Sabah have signed five players on a one-year deal from various clubs. They are:
- Hasmarul Fadzir (Sime Darby)
- Redzuan Nawi and Ezaidy Khadar (Johor Darul Takzim)
- Fazli Paat (Johor)
- A. Varathan (ATM)
Sabah FA deputy president Lawrence Gimbang also revealed in the same article that the Rhinos had already signed three foreign players; Altin Grbovic from Serbia, Srecko Mitrovic from Australia, and Croatian Predrag Pocuca.
Meanwhile four of their squad members had decided to leave for other clubs; Shahrul Azhar Ture, Radzi Mohd Hussin, Alto Linus and Hardy Charles Parsi, with Shahrul and Radzi reportedly signing with PKNS FC.