ISL 2017: Delhi Dynamos shocks the transfer market to land top La Liga goalkeeper

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Famous La Liga goalkeeper Xabi Irureta signs for Delhi Dynamos. Image Source: twitter

Kolkata: Delhi Dynamos stunned the transfer market yet again as the franchise has eventually roped on famous La Liga goalkeeper Xabi Irureta, www.xtratime.in can confirm. The goalkeeper has completed the signing with Hero ISL franchise Delhi Dynamos, which is currently trained by former Real Madrid legend Míguel Ángel Portugal. The star goalkeeper got rescinded his contract with Real Zaragoza on September 1 after having a topsy-turvy season.

The ace goalkeeper had so many memorable appearances in the La Liga and after having also played in Eibar , the 31-year-old custodian will now play his trade in India for the first time to eradicate the goalkeeping worries of the franchise which has only won one of five matches and languishing at the bottom half of the table with 14 goals already been conceded.

The Spanish goalkeeper is expected to arrive within 24 hours in the capital. Delhi was struggling in goalkeepeing area and the off-form of Albino Gomes had made their lives even more difficult.

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By Suman Chakravorty

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