Gold Coast United have revealed all ten signings so far as they go about building a strong squad for their inaugural season next year.
Former Juventus goalkeeper Jess Vanstrattan, fellow custodian Scott Higgins, current Wellington Phoenix striker Shane Smeltz and Newcastle Jets defender Adam Griffiths have already signed contracts with the Gold Coast-based franchise and the club has revealed a further six players to represent them in their very first season.
Central Coast Mariners midfielder Matt Osman has signed for two years and will be joined by former New Zealand Knights and Dutch Eerste Divisie player Zenon Caravella who has also committed to the club for two years.
“These players will provide added strength and depth to our squad and we look forward to welcoming them to our club next season,” Professor Palmer said.
He continued: “The aim is for their time at Gold Coast United to long, successful and enjoyable. With the guidance of our coaches, Miron Bleiberg and Paul Okon, these players will contribute enormously to the exciting brand of football we intend to play.”
Professor Palmer added that more players will be confirmed in the coming weeks as the Gold Coast’s roster begins to take shape.