Robbie Keane set to make move to Indian Super League - reports

Ireland's record goalscorer Robbie Keane may be set to sign with Indian Super League, Atletico de Kolkata.

According to a report in the Irish Sun, Keane who turned 37 last month has spoken with Atletico de Kolkata club officials last week.

The team is managed by Keane's ex Spurs teammate Teddy Sheringham.

The Indian Super League is a much shorter campaign with just 14 games before play-offs.

Their season starts on October 1, and ends with the final on December 18.

Keane has been training with Shamrock Rovers the last few months.

Robbie Keane set to make move to Indian Super League - reports


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