Mumbai City FC Signs Kerala Forward Noufal PN on a Three-Year Deal

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In a significant move, the reigning ISL champions, Mumbai City FC, have secured the services of Noufal PN, a talented forward hailing from Kerala. Noufal joins the Islanders on a three-year contract, committing to stay with the club until the end of the 2027 season. This long-term deal reflects Mumbai City FC’s confidence in his abilities and their vision for the future.

All about Mumbai City’s new signing Noufal PN

The 23-year-old began his footballing journey with Basco FC before making a significant move to his hometown club, Gokulam Kerala FC, in 2022. At Gokulam Kerala FC, Noufal quickly established himself as a key player, contributing through match-winning assists and scoring goals. His pace and skilful footwork caught the attention of football enthusiasts across India.

During his time at Gokulam Kerala FC, Noufal made 53 appearances, netting five goals and providing 14 assists. His versatility and attacking prowess make him a valuable asset to Mumbai City FC’s forward line in the upcoming seasons.

Noufal expressed his excitement about joining Mumbai City FC, one of the most successful clubs in India. Donning the prestigious jersey and competing in top-tier competitions is a dream come true for the young player.

“Mumbai City FC is one of the most successful clubs in India and I am excited to join them. It’s a dream come true for me to don the prestigious jersey and play at the biggest competitions,” the young player said.

Head coach Petr Kratky welcomed Noufal to the team, emphasizing his remarkable pace and skilful playmaking. Kratky believes that Noufal’s ability to set up goals for teammates will enhance Mumbai City FC’s attacking options.

“We were keeping a close eye on Noufal for a while, and I am delighted to welcome him to Mumbai City FC. His remarkable pace and skilful footwork in setting up goals for his teammates make him a valuable addition to our team,” head coach Petr Kratky said.

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