Indian footballer, Sandesh Jhingan plays as a center-back for Kerala Blaster since the first edition of the Indian Super League (ISL) but now they are likely to end their six-year association.
The club Kerala Blaster are undergoing problems due to financial crisis and has reportedly asked many of their players to take pay cuts. With respect of Jhingan, it understood the player wanted a change of scenery and the Blaster were willing to let one of their highest earners leave.
Jhingan, central defender who is best in his job was nominated for the Arjuna Award by the All India Federation (AIFF).
Jhingan has been with the club from the first edition of the ISL has grown to become a fan favorite in Kerala and also made captain during his stint.
He made a name for himself at Kerala Blaster but now he has decided that the time has come for him to move on.
The 26 year old has played 76 ISL matches so far for Blaster and holds the record for having played the most no. of games for yellow Army.