The consolidated entity of Kolkata clubs, ATK and Mohun Bagan will participate in the Indian Super League 2020-21 season as ATK Mohun Bagan, Goal can affirm.
The new entity, whose 80 percent shares are claimed by Sanjiv Goenka’s ATK and 20 percent by Mohun Bagan, is as of now held with the Government of India’s Ministry of Corporate Affairs. The new entity has been named as ATK Mohun Bagan Private Limited.
The status of the organization has just been ‘reserved’ on the official site of the service which implies it can’t be allotted to some other substance from this time forward. The name has been endorsed and set ‘reserved’ for concerned parties and they would now be able to move to encourage customs.
The two clubs had chosen to enter a merger back in January 2020 that would help Mohun Bagan enter the ISL from the 2020-21 season.
The new entity should appear on June 1, 2020, however, because of the progressing Coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent across the country lockdown since March 25, the arrangement got postponed. With the new organization previously being held, an official declaration from the two gatherings is normal soon.
While Mohun Bagan has won the league title for the fifth time in their history this year, ATK won their third ISL title beating Chennaiyin FC in the last back in March.
Other than taking an interest in the ISL, the merged entity will likewise partake in the group phases of AFC Cup 2021 by utilizing Mohun Bagan’s I-League 2019-20 champions’ slot.
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