Balzan FC continued with their transfer activity when they announced the signing of Colombian defender Duvan Torres Quinhone.
The Reds, who this season are under the helm of coach Oliver Spiteri, are looking to strengthen their squad in a bid to put on a much stronger showing than last season where they just managed to avoid the drop on the final day of the season.
“Balzan FC is pleased to announce the signing of 23-year-old Columbian defender Duvan Torres Quinhone,” the Premier League club announced.
“Twenty-three-year-old Duvan started his professional career playing for Tigres in Columbia before spending the last two seasons playing in Portugal for Pedras Rubras and for FC Alverca, where he was club captain.”
On his part, Balzan FC president Anton Tagliaferro said: “We would like to extend a warm welcome to Duvan as we continue to build our squad for season 2022/23. Duvan is an ambitious, tall, fast and very strong left footed central defender and given these characteristics, we believe Duvan will do very well in the Premier League in Malta.”
Quinhone is the second signing for Balzan in the last few days as on Monday they announced the capture of goalkeeper Jonathan Debono, who last year was on the books of Sirens FC.
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