Indian Super League franchise Mumbai City FC today, June 2 announced via social media the departure of defender Pratik Chaudhari ahead of the new season.
The 30-year-old Mumbai-born defender has played for numerous Indian clubs like Air India, Rangdajied United FC, Mohun Bagan, Mumbai FC in the I-League and has represented Kerala Blasters, Delhi Dynamos and Jamshedpur FC in the Indian Super League before joining Mumbai City FC last summer.
Pratik Chaudhari was a regular in the Mumbai City FC defence with 17 appearances and scoring one goal in ISL-6 and the club thanked Pratik for his contribution via a Tweet.
After a year with #TheIslanders, Pratik Chaudhari leaves Mumbai City.
— Mumbai City FC (at 🏠) (@MumbaiCityFC) June 2, 2020
After a season of having played for my hometown club @mumbaicityfc, must say was a special feeling of pride & honour. All thanks to the entire management, coaching staff & all my beloved fellow teammates at the club for the opportunity & love over the past year. #MumbaiCityFC pic.twitter.com/xK5RBeTcbR
— Pratik Chaudhari (@pratikch89) June 1, 2020