Southeast Asia Indonesia

Thai clubs join Malaysian and Indonesian rivals in race to sign Andik Vermansah

A number of Thailand clubs have joined the race to sign Indonesian star Andik Vermansah, according to reports.

The 25-year-old will become a free agent next year after being released from his contract with Selangor FA in the Malaysian Super League.

“Andik is no longer at Selangor, but to be honest he is now being chased by host of Thai, Malaysian and Indonesian clubs,” said the player’s agent, Muly Munial as it was quoted by Goal.

However, Muly revealed that the former Persebaya Surabaya star is interested to join MSL giants Johor Darul Ta’zim, despite also looking for possibilities in Thailand.

“There is one Thai club are serious to sign him, honestly not only one but some others clubs are also interested in him,” he added.

“Andik wanted to stay in Malaysia despite some interests fro Thailand. I want him to join Johor, but he is also in radar of several Malaysian teams.”

Andik spent his last four seasons with Selangor, where he became a part of the team which won the Malaysian League Cup title in 2015.