Brisbane Roar and Indian Super League club ATK Mohun Bagan have come to an agreement for the transfer of Bradden Inman for an undisclosed fee.
Inman made 25 appearances for Brisbane Roar in his maiden Hyundai A-League season, scoring four goals.
“I would like to say thank you to all the players and staff. It was a unique season – there were plenty of great moments as well as some tough ones, but we helped each other through it all and really enjoyed pulling on the orange kit every week,” Inman said.
“To the fans – you were right behind us every week, even when you couldn’t be in the stadiums to cheer us on.
“The opportunity to come back to Australia and play professionally is one that I have really enjoyed. It’s a great group of players and staff here in Brisbane and I’m sure they’ll be competing for trophies again next season.”
The 28-year-old’s flair and creativity in the attacking third in his first season back in his home country earned the praise of Head Coach Warren Moon.
“Bradden’s contributions this season speak for themselves – he was a player that created havoc in the front third, proving to be a handful for opposition teams and a terrific attacking weapon for Brisbane Roar,” Moon said.
“We wish him all the best in his next adventure.”