Jamshedpur (Jharkhand) [India], July 25 (ANI): Indian Super League (ISL) membership Jamshedpur FC introduced the signing of Japanese midfielder Rei Tachikawa on a one-year contract.
The 25-year-old midfielder will be part of from Maltan aspect Sirens FC, the place he made 23 appearances final season and scored two objectives. The Japanese participant brings loads of expertise taking part in within the Maltese Premier League, with a earlier two-year stint at Santa Lucia from 2019-2021.
Born in Japan, Rei made his title in Europe after leaving native membership Osaka Uni HSS in 2018 to hitch Portuguese aspect Perafita. A transfer to fellow Portuguese aspect Felgueiras quickly adopted, earlier than his love affair with the nation of Malta started in 2019 as he moved to Santa Lucia.
“I’m so excited to finally come to Jamshedpur FC,” mentioned Rei Tachikawa on becoming a member of the Men of Steel in an official assertion. “The club has proved its worth on a national stage by winning trophies and entertaining fans, and I’m very happy to finally be here. The culture of India and Jharkhand is unique and special and playing football here is a challenge that I welcome with open arms. I’m sure that I can help the team win even more this season,” he added.
Versatility is one thing that Tachikawa brings in spades to Jamshedpur. A midfielder by design, he also can function in a number of attacking positions throughout the park to complement the staff’s assault, making him a nuisance within the opposition’s half. “Rei Tachikawa is a player that people will sit up and take notice of,” mentioned Jamshedpur FC head coach Scott Cooper. “He is a technical and high-tempo player who can get forward and score goals with both feet as well as his head. His passing game is good and he is very competitive. He has played in Europe too and I think he will be an excellent signing for us,” Cooper added. The membership additionally confirmed that Rei will don the quantity 8 shirt for the Men of Steel within the upcoming marketing campaign. (ANI)