Ex-Football League forward Aaron Amadi-Holloway has joined East Bengal, as announced by their official club Twitter account (see tweet below). 

The Welshman has completed a move to the Indian Super League.

Amadi-Holloway, who is 27 years old, has reunited with the new East Bengal boss Robbie Fowler having played for the ex-Liverpool striker at Brisbane Roar last season.

The striker departed England in June 2019 and will now be looking forward to a new challenge in India.

Amadi-Holloway started his career with spells as a youngster at Cardiff City and Bristol City before dropping down the leagues for Newport County in 2014.

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His time with the Exiles was brief and he soon left for Wycombe Wanderers, where he spent two years and scored eight goals in 64 games.

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Fleetwood Town came calling for him 2016 but he then stayed with the Cod Army for just six months before switching to Oldham Athletic.

Amadi-Holloway bagged four goals in a year-and-a-half at Boundary Park and moved on for a campaign at Shrewsbury Town in League One before Brisbane Roar snapped him up last year.

He made 23 appearances in the Australian A-League and chipped in with a single goal under Fowler. He has now linked back up with his former manager and will be looking to hit the ground running in India.

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Ex-Norwich City, Cardiff City and Wigan Athletic forward Anthony Pilkington has only signed for East Bengal this season, as covered by The72.

Will Amadi-Holloway be a hit in India?