The transfer window in Singapore might have closed but Malaysia’s window is still open, so Nigel Chin takes a look at who could still attract interest across the Causeway...
Issey Nakajima-Farran, Hariss Harun, Safuwan Baharudin. These are just three names of former S.League stars who are thriving in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) right now.
Granted, they may not have moved directly from the S.League into the MSL, but there are still plenty of gems in Singapore whom Malaysian sides could take a look at.
With a few Malaysian clubs set to release some of their foreign players, FourFourTwo takes a look at some potential signings that can be made from the S.League.
The winger was highly coveted prior to the start of the season by Malaysian clubs, when the LionsXII were disbanded.
Shah Alam was touted as a possible destination while Pahang were interested too, but Faris ultimately chose to sign with Home United.
After an injury-ravaged start to the season, Faris has since recovered and found his form. After six games in the S.League, he has two goals and one assists to his name.
The 23-year-old is not only an excellent dribbler, but has an eye for the pass and packs power in his shot too.
Certainly one of the best attackers in this region, it will not be a surprise if Malaysian clubs decide to make a move for him again.