Cornell Glen has just revealed that he will switch to new kids on the block, Ozone FC for the upcoming season.
The striker had turned out for Mohun Bagan last season in the I-League, helping them finish runners up after scoring eleven goals in the league. He did manage to lead them to success in the Federation Cup.
In the previous two seasons, the lanky striker had turned out for Shillong Lajong setting the league on fire, having scored a cumulative 30 goals in the process.
Glen had also been picked up by North East United in the inaugural Indian Super League (ISL) but did not make any appearances for the side that finished rock bottom.
The Trinidad and Tobago striker, who played in all three matches of his country's world cup campaign, turned out 69 times for them, scoring 23 goals in the process.
New beginnings! pic.twitter.com/FHnHo54Gft— Cornell Glen (@CornellG13) August 2, 2016
The newly unveiled side from Bengaluru, under Dutch coach Bert Zuurman had managed to win the BDFA Super Division in their debut season itself.
The Ozone group which owns the club, is also the principal sponsor of ISL side, Chennaiyin FC.
Glen's signing is a major coup for the minnows who had also roped in Colin Abranches recently.