Who is the latest Manchester United star to join Kerala Blasters?

Rachubka becomes the latest recruit of Kerala Blasters | Image: Twitter

Rachubka becomes the latest recruit of Kerala Blasters | Image: Twitter

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Kerala Blasters Head Coach Rene Meulensteen continues to surprise the ISL transfer market and he continues to recruit the former Manchester United players.

Kerala Blasters have added another goalkeeper to their Indian Super League 2017-18 squad in the form of former Manchester United custodian Paul Rachubka. The 36-year-old becomes the Blasters’ fifth summer signing ahead of the new ISL season later this year.

Rachubka was on Manchester United’s books when the club won the Premier League title in 2001 and made one appearance that season as an understudy to Fabien Barthez and Mark Bosnich.
Earlier in the week, new Kerala Blasters’ signing Wes Brown revealed in an interview with the Manchester Evening News about Rachubka’s imminent arrival to Kochi, which has now been confirmed.
“Ex-United goalkeeper Paul Rachubka is also going out to Kerala. We got in contact again and it will be good to have someone else out there with me on the playing side,” Brown said.
Rachubka has had a journeyman career so far, having turned out for a plethora of English Football League sides. The former England youth international last played at Bury in the English League One, the third tier of the English footballing pyramid.

He joins Iain Hume, Nemanja Lakic-Pesic, Courage Pekuson and Brown as the new arrivals at Kerala Blasters this summer.

Another former Manchester United star, Dimitar Berbatov, is also expected to be unveiled by the end of this weekend.



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