Transfer News: Where will the two impressive Indian Arrows defenders play next season?

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XtraTime Web Desk:
The reward of some really good consistent performances in the I-League is about to get acknowledged as two young starlets of Indian Arrows – Jitendra Singh and Narendra Gahlot are on their way to sign for ISL side Jamshedpur FC, sources closed to the players informed xtratime.in . Both the defenders played outstandingly well in the last season and got the applauds from all the sectors.

Jitendra, who was also among the heroes of India’s U17 FIFA World Cup, made some telling contributions for the Arrows last season and also played as a centre back when needed. A couple of seasons back, East Bengal too was keen sign right fullback Jitendra.

Narender Gahlot, Anwar Ali’s partner in the central defence, made as many as 10 appearances for the Arrows in the last season. The 18-year-old attended Chandigarh Football Academy in 2015 and played for Sports Authority of India (SAI) before being part of the Indian Arrows side in the last couple of seasons of the I-League.

Both the youngsters are expected to complete the transfer by the next 10 days.

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