Kerala Blasters has retained CK Vineeth and Prasanth Karuthadathkuni

Kerala Blasters FC have chosen to opt for striker CK Vineeth who is in good form. Last year he scored 5 goals for blasters and I-league he was the leading Indian goal scorer with 7 goals.  Started negotiating with Rino Anto to keep them as retained players before the 2017-18 season kicks in. 

Along with Mehtab Hossain, Sandesh Jhingan will put his name into the draft too after being snubbed by Bengaluru FC and now Blasters. Mehtab revealed that his former I-League club East Bengal too had made an offer to extend his current contract for a year but he politely declined as he vowed to leave the Red and Golds if they failed to win the I-League last season.

Bengaluru FC retained Sunil Chhetri and Udanta Singh

Prasanth Karuthadathkuni, the winger from Calicut is the first star retained by Blasters. A product of the AIFF Elite Academy, Prasanth was signed by the Blasters in 2016 but failed to notch up any game-time with the Steve Coppell-coached side, losing to Atletico de Kolkata in the finals. The forward turned out for Chennai City FC in the I-League last season scoring one goal against East Bengal.
An ISL club can retain a maximum of two Indian senior and three Under 23 players before they enter the player draft.

Anas Edathodika Indian footballer of the year and Vineeth Fans' favorite


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