5) Ruivah Hormipam
Ruivah hails from Somdal, Manipur and has been playing football since his early childhood. He is a product of the best academy in India, Minerva Academy he joined Minerva Punjab FC in 2018 and went on to establish himself as a regular for the youth team stamping his authority at the central defence while also contributing in goals for the team. He was central to the dominant Minerva Punjab side that won their maiden Hero Elite League (U-18) title in the 2018-19 season and went on to win India’s maiden 2019 SAFF U-18 Championship in Nepal with the Indian U18 team.
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He joined Indian Arrows on loan from Punjab FC in November 2019 and made his debut for Arrow’s against their opening match for 2019 season against Gokulam Kerala FC. He is a fantastic player to replace Jhingan with his skill and the strong winning mentality he can do wonders for Kerala Blasters.
These are the 5 players who could possibly replace Jhingan at Kerala Blasters FC.