India striker Robin Singh was on Monday signed by Indian Super League (ISL) club FC Pune City to strengthen the team’s front line for the 2018-19 season.
The 28-year-old striker, who plied his trade for ATK last season, will now don the FC Pune City kit reuniting with his former Delhi Dynamos team-mate Marcelinho.
Speaking on the signing, FC Pune City CEO Gaurav Modwel said, "Robin is a proven performer with a wealth of experience in top flight football. His dominating aerial prowess and robust presence upfront will add more power to our frontline. "
Robin, a Tata Football Academy product, made his senior team debut with Kolkata giant East Bengal in 2010.
Making consistent progress, the striker played for Bengaluru FC (2013-15), Delhi Dynamos (2015-16), FC Goa (2016-17) and ATK (2017-18). Since making his India debut in 2012, Robin has made 30 appearances for the national team.
"The squad is very talented with a great balance of youth and experience with the whole club having a winning mentality - wanting to achieve more everyday on and off the pitch," Robin said in a statement.
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