Midfielders Eugeneson Lyngdoh and Milan Singh from Bengaluru FC have agreed terms with East Bengal, Goal can confirm.
The Bengaluru FC midfielder will once again set sail for Kolkata to don the red and gold jersey. Previously he has played for ATK after signing for the reigning Indian Super League (ISL) champions in the 2017-18 season. But the Meghalaya-born player had to spend most of the time on the bench nursing a ruptured the Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL) on his left knee.
After terminating the contract with ATK he rejoined Bengaluru FC in the previous season. But he could not find his feet with the Blues and played only 72 minutes in the entire campaign.
The 33-year old reached his prime in the 2014-15 season for Bengaluru when he made 33 appearances in all competitions, scoring 9 times and assisting on 16 other occasions. He has won multiple silverware for the club, including the Federation Cup, Durand Cup, and the I-League.
Lyngdoh will look to revive his career with East Bengal after a couple of disappointing seasons.
Milan Singh had last plied his trade with NorthEast United FC in the ISL 2019-20 season where he made 13 appearances. The 28-year-old midfielder had previously played for Mumbai City FC, Kerala Blasters and Delhi Dynamos.
The Kolkata-based outfit have already made a plethora of signings in Harmanpreet Singh, Ricky Shabong, Mohammed Irshad, Novin Gurung, and Bikramjit Singh amongst the most prominent ones.