Gabriel Heinze lined up for Indian Super League move

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Former Manchester United defender Gabriel Heinze is being eyed for a switch to the Indian Premier League with Delhi Dynamos, according to an exclusive from Tutto Mercato Web

The Indian Super League kicks off again later this year, and the former United star is being tipped as a potential marquee signing for the Delhi Dynamos. 

Heinze is currently plying his trait in his homeleand Argentina, where he has turned out over 50 times for Newell's Old Boys. Heinze's former club's include Paris-Saint-Germaint, Real Madrid, Marseille and Roma meaning the 37-year-old is well travelled. 

Heinze has also featured 72 times for the Argentinian national team, and would bring a host of experience to a Delhi team that finished fifth out of eight teams last year. 

Delhi also have their eye on former Paris-Saint-Germain and Fenerbahce defender Diego Lugano. The Uruguayan international is currently playing for FC Hacken in Sweden and he has been tipped as a potential signing for the two month season.  

Heinze could join a host of top names

Included in Delhi's team last years was Italian legend Alessandro Del Piero and former Real Sociedad striker Morten Skoubo. 

The Indian Premier League is known for bringing a wealth of talent to the country in order to try and promote the game in India. Former Manchester City winger Elano was the top goalscorer in the league, which also featured appearances from Luis Garcia, Robert Pires, David James, Freddy Ljungberg, Joan Capdevilla and David Trezeguet. 

The league traditionally runs from October to December, and features a host of Indian players and marquee signings that come together to form India's top tier of football. 

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