Bartholomew Ogbeche: A product of the PSG youth academy and having played for the senior team for a few seasons, 33-year-old Ogbeche is a forward who has come a long way to arrive in India. He had also played for Middlesbrough and represented Nigeria when he was a young international.
Juan Cruz Mascia: The Uruguayan forward is only 24 years old and is expected to shoulder the goalscoring burden of a team that finished dead last in 2017/18 with just 12 goals in 18 games. Mascia has played for Uruguay’s youth teams at the international level.
Augustine Okrah: A Ghanian midfielder who can also play on the wings, this is his first stint in Asia after playing in the Ghanian Premier League, Sudan, and even a loan spell in Sweden. He is also another relatively young player aged just 24.
Jose David Leudo: Another 24-year-old midfielder, Leudo is a central midfielder who once had a trial at Boca Juniors. His main claim to fame is his stint at Colombian club Deportivo Pasto and playing for the Colombia U-20 team.
Mato Grgic: A Croatian defender who was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the 30-year-old can play as a right or left centre-back. He has spent most of his career in the Croatian top division with a stint in Budapest, Hungary.
Mislav Komorski: Another Croatian centre-back, 26-year-old Komorski has played for numerous Croatian clubs, including Dinamo Zagreb. He has also represented Croatia at various youth levels but never been selected for the senior team.
Federico Gallego: An attacking midfielder, Gallego spent a few years helping Sud América get promoted to Uruguay’s top division. Aged 28, he can play across the midfield line but is mainly deployed in the centre.