Indian Super League side Bengaluru FC's superstar goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu has signed a new five year deal with the south-Indian outfit.
The 26-year-old shot-stopper returned back to his homeland in 2017 after spending three years plying his trade at Norwegian club Stabaek from 2014-17 and making just three first team appearances for them in the league.
Up till now, Gurpreet has made a total of 18 appearances for Bengaluru and India's top goalkeeper has managed to keep seven clean sheets for manager Albert Roca's side in this season of the ISL.
After becoming the most expensive player signed by a club in the fourth season of the Indian Super League, Gurpreet has now become the third player to be offered a new deal after Bengaluru defenders Rahul Bheke and Juanan signed a three-year and a two-year deal recently.
On the national team front, Gurpreet made his debut for the Indian U-19 team against Iraq at the AFC U-19 Championship's qualifying round in 2010. Two years later, he was called up to the senior team's squad for the 2011 AFC Asian Cup. Gurpreet has made a total of 20 appearances for the Indian national team.