Jamshedpur FC is on the verge of securing a significant addition to their squad. The club is set to sign the highly talented French-born Guinea-Bissau international Steve Ambri. This exclusive information comes as the club grapples with the absence of their star striker, Petar Sliskovic. He is sidelined due to a serious injury.

Steve Ambri is known for his versatility as a forward. He possesses a nice mixture of pace and technical skills. Although born in France, he has chosen to represent Guinea-Bissau on the international stage. With the ability to occupy attacking positions and a keen eye for goal, Ambri is regarded as an asset for any squad. He has earned five caps for Guinea-Bissau’s national team. Ambri was also a part of their squad in the 2021 African Cup of Nations tournament.

At 26, Ambri has previously plied his trade in France, making a name for himself in lower divisions and Ligue 2. His journey from grassroots football in France to international recognition reflects his dedication to the sport. This move marks his maiden venture into Indian football.

Ambri’s potential inclusion in Jamshedpur FC’s lineup could provide a boost in firepower and creativity. His arrival may offer head coach Scott Cooper more tactical options to explore.

Jamshedpur FC has undergone significant changes during the summer, with the introduction of Englishman Scott Cooper as head coach. His appointment followed Aidy Boothroyd’s departure. The club’s marquee signing, Alen Stevanovic, formerly of Inter Milan, now captains the team. Furthermore, Jamshedpur FC has bolstered its domestic contingent with talents like Nongdamba Naorem. It let the club enhance the squad for the upcoming season.

The team’s campaign began with a goalless draw against East Bengal in Kolkata. Their upcoming fixture against Kerala Blasters FC in Kochi holds great anticipation. With Steve Ambri’s acquisition, fans can count on more excitement and offensive prowess. In the 2023-2024 season, Jamshedpur FC strives for success.

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