ISL Transfer News 2021-22: List of All Transfers In The Indian Super League Ahead Of The New Season

ISL Transfer News 2021-22: List of All Transfers In The Indian Super League Ahead Of The New Season

It’s been a busy transfer market for all the teams in the ISL and here is a list of all the transfer news and transfers for the 2021-22 season

It’s been a hot transfer market for all the teams in the ISL competition and many of them added new players to their squad. Moreover, most of the transfers in the market were free transfers and some of them were the most expensive of all time. Furthermore, an Indian players also joined the list of most expensive players in the tournament with a price tag of more than ₹1 Cr.

So, here is a list of all the players who switched teams and made transfers in the season 2021 of ISL.

ISL Transfer News 2021-22: Most Expensive And Free Transfers By All The Teams

Mumbai City FC

The Champions of 2020/2021 season didn’t saw any new arrival. Moreover, they sold one of their key players Hugo Boumous for a record fee. Also, they saw one more departure of their goalkeepers Amrinder Singh. Both the players were sold to ATK Mohun Bagan.

Hugo Boumous: ₹18.83m ( To ATK Mohun Bagan)

Amrinder Singh: Free Transfer ( To ATK Mohun Bagan)

ATK Mohun Bagan

Mohun Bagan made one of the biggest signings of ISL history as they bought the French-Moroccan player Hugo Boumous from Mumbai City Fc. Moreover, they released three players from their squad and added six new players.

Furthermore, they also signed Liston Colaco from Hyderabad FC and made him the most expensive player in the ISL.

Salam Singh: Free Transfer To Chennaiyan FC

Aryan Niraj Lamba: Undisclosed Fee to Kerala United

Edu García: Released

Northeast United

The club from the northeast didn’t saw any new arrivals of the players. Furthermore, three players left the club and found a new destination for themselves. One of them was Luís Machado who was worth ₹33.33m in ISL market.

Benjamin Lambot: Free Transfer to RFC Lüttich

Luís Machado: Free Transfer to Radomiak

Ashutosh Mehta: Free Transfer To ATK Mohun Bagan

FC Goa

Goa became the first club to play in AFC Champions League and represent India for the first time. Moreover, they have maintained their balance and there are no new arrivals in the squad. Also, there are only two players who left the team.

Aaren D’Silva: Free Transfer to Hyderabad FC

Mohammad Nawaz: Released


Hyderabad FC

Hyderabad sold one of its key players in the transfer market for a record amount of money. Moreover, they received more than ₹9.41m for Liston Colaco. Also, they brought three new players including Abdul Rabeeh A K.

Liston Colaco: ₹9.41m to ATK Mohun Bagan

Odei Onaindia: Free Transfer to CD Mirandés

Sahil Panwar: Undisclosed Fee to Odisha FC

Jamshedpur FC

A total of four players left the squad and found themselves a new destination. Also, the club has not reported any new signing of players.

David Grande: Free Transfer to Calahorra

Issac Vanmalsawma: Free Transfer to Odhisha FC

Aitor Monroy: Free transfer to  Nercoa FC

Pukhrambam Manisana: Released


Bengaluru FC

It looks like manager Marco Pezzaiuoli is showing trust to the current squad as he has only bought one new player. Also, there were no reports of players leaving the club.

Rohit Kumar: From Kerala Blasters

Chennaiyin FC

The team has only reported the departure of one player. Furthermore, they have added three new players to the squad and all of them were free transfers.

Deepak Tangri: Free Transfer to ATK Mohun Bagan

SC East Bengal

The club had some promising talents in their squad but failed to convince them to stay after their disappointing performance in the 2020/2021 season.

Lalramchullova: Free Transfer to Mohammedan

Narayan Das: Free Transfer to Chennaiyin FC

Calum Woods: Free Transfer to Bala Town


Matti Steinmann: Free Transfer to Brisbane Roar

Debjit Majumder: Free Transfer to Chennaiyin FC

Kerala Blasters FC

The club has included some young talents in their squad and added players like Sanjeev Stalin who have experience in European football. Moreover, a total of three players left the squad and found new teams.

Lalruatthara: Free Transfer To Odisha FC

Bartholomew Ogbeche: Free transfer to Hyderabad FC

Rohit Kumar: Undisclosed fee to Bengaluru FC

Odisha FC

The club bought four new players and no players left the squad. Furthermore, Sebastian Thangmuansang joined the team after leaving his I-league club Gokulam FC.

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