Bengaluru FC signs another Spaniard to fill Edu Garcia's shoe...

Rajat Dhamija  |  Transfer Window  |  1 Year Ago

Bengaluru FC has found the replacement of the formidable midfielder Edu Garcia in the face of another Spaniard Victor Perez Alonso. The 30-year old would be seen guarding the defence line for the ISL leaders for their final three matches(probable) in the league and the AFC Cup matches. Victor comes from the Polish Top tier club Wisla Krakow. He’ll be donning number 44 jersey for BFC.


Born in Albacete, Castile-La Mancha, Victor began his professional career with Getafe CF ‘B’ and AD Alcorcón ‘B’. The midfielder broke into Alcorcón’s first team in the 2008–09 season, competing in Segunda Division B.


The following season, Victor was signed by Segunda Division side SD Huesca where over two seasons he notched 44 league appearances. At the start of the 2011-12 season, he moved to Real Valladolid and played a key role in his side’s promotion winning campaign. Victor was an ever present figure in the Valladolid midfield clocking up 43 appearances and scoring six times as they won the promotion play-offs to return to La Liga after a two-year absence.

Having put pen to paper on a deal till the end of the season, Victor shared his delight to Bengaluru FC media saying, “I was at the stadium to watch the game last night and enjoyed the way the team played. The atmosphere was fantastic too. I’m really happy to be here and cannot wait to get on the pitch and contribute to all that this club is trying to achieve”.


Roca on the other hand looked confident in the new addition to his high soaring side. He said, “We are happy to have got Victor on board for the rest of the season. He is an experienced player and will provide us with a good option as we enter the business end of the season. The ISL play-offs are at the door and we even have the AFC Cup and the Super Cup to play for, where his experience will come handy."




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