Top MPL foreigners who could switch clubs in mid-season
The transfer merry-go-round swings back into action on May 15 as teams across the Malaysia Super League (MSL) and the Malaysia Premier League (MPL) get a chance to buy, sell and loan players once again.
This time, however, foreign players who were previously barred from switching clubs during the mid-season transfer window are now allowed to do so.
The decision has sparked excitement for some teams but despair for others who are determined to keep their foreign signings until the end of the season.
FourFourTwo takes a look at some of the top performing foreign players in the MPL who could be enticed by other clubs in the upcoming transfer window that ends on June 11.
Dechi Marcel N'Guessan (UiTM)
The 26-year-old has been University Technology Malaysia’s (UiTM) livewire in midfield in the MPL and his performances this season has grabbed attention.
MSL side Pahang are one of many clubs who have been monitoring his progress and it is said that the Ivorian has received a verbal offer from the former Malaysia Cup champions for a possible move to the east coast side.
UiTM are hoping to keep him at the club but they may have to release N’Guessan if interested parties are prepared to buy out his contract.