Bengaluru, August 1: Indian Super League side Kerala Blasters FC have parted ways with Serbian defender Nemanja Lakic-Pesic via mutual consent, the club have confirmed.
The Serbian defender arrived in 2017-18 season under then-manager Rene Meulensteen and was a key part of the squad for two seasons.
The 27-year-old earlier plied his trade in the Serbian SuperLiga, which is the top-tier league in the country while he also played in the third-tier Serbian League Vojvodina and in the second division of Austrian football league before coming to India.
We would like to confirm that our Serbian defender, Nemanja Lakic Pesic, will be leaving the club after two years of service.— Kerala Blasters FC (@KeralaBlasters) July 29, 2019
We thank him for his contribution towards the club and wish him all the very best for his future endeavors! 💛💙#KeralaBlasters pic.twitter.com/3SmWJBgVQr