The SPL side become the first Southeast Asian football club to partner with CFG, which owns Premier League champions Manchester City.
Here, we keep you up to date on the latest official transfer movements as confirmed by the clubs!
Jun and Kan Kobayashi will be club’s first foreigners since 2016.
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The Singapore international becomes the club's eighth signing for 2023.
The 32-year-old attacker moves on after three memorable seasons with the Sailors that saw him crowned SPL Player of the Year in 2020 and win the title in 2021.
The Singapore international is their sixth new arrival for the 2023 season.
The forward has penned a deal with Belgian second-tier side KMSK Deinze that runs from January 2023 to June 2024.
The Sailors triumphed in the Men's category, while Balestier emerged as champions in the Women's!
The following are the lists of players retained and released by AIA Singapore Premier League (SPL) clubs after the 2022 season.