As per recent reports, Lallianzuala Chhangte is all set to sign a professional contract with Norwegian club Viking FK on a one-and-a-half-year deal. The youngster has travelled to Norway to complete the deal and will join up with Indian national team for the World Cup qualifiers.
Mizoram star Lallianzuala Chhangte is on his way to Norway to complete his medical with Norwegian club Viking FK and sign a one-and-a-half-year deal in the coming days. Chhangte, who has previously played with Delhi Dynamos FC in the ISL, will join the Indian national team camp for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers a little later than his other team-mates.
"I gained a lot as a player even though it was a very short stint. They (Vikings) play fast football and they are technically very sound, I like the way they play. It was very exciting for me to have got the opportunity to be there. Their technique was really good. They have a very good first touch. I realised how important is your first touch. They are also very professional. They even put my name in the dressing room (of the club). It was a very satisfying trial stint," Chhangte told Goal.com in a recent interview.
Due to the schedule Norwegian Eliteserien which runs till 30 November 2019, the 22-year-old Indian could sign a loan deal with an ISL club when the January transfer window opens in India.