Amidst of all the chaos in the transfermarket of Indian Football, Northeast United FC also made their presence felt by signing 27 years old Mohun Bagan midfielder Surabuddin Mollick. The midfielder has been a part of the I-league winning side over the entire last season and now he will be seen wearing the Highlander’s Jersey from the upcoming season of Hero Indian Super League.
Surabuddin Mollick started his career by playing for George Telegraph side. He spent his youth career with the Dempo Football Club’s Junior Side. He first signed a professional contract with the ONGC Football Club. He then moved to Bhawanipore Football Club in 2014.
The major outbreak in his career came when he joined East Bengal in 2016. He played more than 25 matches for the East Bengal side before joining the rival club Mohun Bagan FC in 2019. It was during his time in Mohun Bagan that Northeast United FC scouted him and finally signed him for the club.
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Mollick can be a good addition to the Highlander’s pile of Indian midfielders consisting of young talents like Lalengmawia who recently got called up for the national camp. The I-league winner can undoubtedly increase the midfield strength of North-East United FC’s squad. However it will be interesting to watch whether Mollick gets the place in Highlander’s starting XI or not.
Northeast United FC had a disappointing season in the last Hero Indian Super League tournament. As per the latest transfer activities are concerned, they have released players like Redeem Tlang. In such a scenario where the club is urging for major changes it will be interesting to watch whether Surabuddin Mollick delivers for the club or not.