Hyderabad FC complete the signing of Spanish Target Man Aridane Santana ahead of ISL 7

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The Nizams Hyderabad FC have completed the signing of Spanish Target Man Aridane Santana on a one year deal from Odisha FC.

Aridane plied his trade to India for a loan spell from Spanish outfit Cultural Leonesa in the 2019-20 season. In his debut season for the Bhubaneshwar based club, the Spaniard continued to deliver top notch performance as he netted 9 goals and 2 assists for Odisha FC in their Debut campaign.

Aridane Santana celebrates his goal for Odisha FC

Hyderabad’s new no. 9 becomes their 4th foreign recruit of the season under New head coach Manolo Marquez. The Spaniard is and perfect example when it comes to being an all rounder on the pitch. He can score goals but apart from that the forward can also drop down to help out his defense whenever neeeded.

Aridane Santana in action versus Mumbai City FC

Aridane was for sure a contender for the prestigious Golden boot but unfortunately his time in India was cut short due to a midseason injury. The 33 year had a great influence on his teammates at Odisha as he helped his teammates to get the best out of themselves.

Hyderabad FC sign Aridane Santana

After a disappointing debut season for Hyderbad based Club Hyderabad FC, they are undergoing a massive revamp and have gone back to square one. They are out with the old, in with the new and Hyderabad FC fans can hope for a better season.

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