Top 5 Loaned Players Who Might Be Returning To Their Club Next Season

We witnessed another stellar season of both I-League and ISL this season, where we saw some great talents absolutely stealing the show and we also felt bad for some quality players who weren’t given enough chances which they actually deserved. Every football club in the world has a vast and deep squad. They try to prevent any void and want to be the most successful team in their league. And for that reason, a lot of players are signed by clubs. But at the end of the day, only 11 take the field, with 3 substitutions allowed in usual circumstances.

But then there are some players who aren’t considered to be ready for the club, and for that reason, are loaned out to some other club. But, some players decide to go on loan themselves for more game time. Some who went on loan this season were able to make a name for themselves whereas some were able to revive their career and in very few cases, it turned out to be a horrific decision. Some are wanted by their club before the start of next season and some are looking to try out new venture with their teams. In this article we’ll discuss about some players who went on loan to different teams before the commence of the tournament their teams plays in. So, without any further delay let’s get the argument started.

5. Alexander Romario Jesuraj

Alexander Romario Jesuraj is a 23 year old winger, who is considered to be one of the most exiciting player in the Indian football fraternity. The young winger was a part of the league winning roster of Chennai City FC in 2018-19 season. He made a total a total of 34 appearance for them and managed to add 4 goals to his name. Romario was widely regarded as the flying winger and then later managed to earn the diminutive of “ Namma Neymar Romario “ by a lot of football fans in Chennai.

After a stellar season with Chennai City FC, Romario decided to leave the club and sign for the goan club, FC Goa ahead of the 2019-20 season of Indian Super League. But just before the commence of the season FC Goa decided to loan him to the Kolkata giant, Mohun Bagan and it would be very fair to say that it wasn’t a very good decision to make. He only played a total of 7 games for them due to injury and was only able to score a single goal. Romario could to on his way back to the FC Goa after such a disastrous season. It won’t be a surprise if he starts in all the matches for the guars because of the quality he has got.

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