According to reports emanating out of Indian publications IFTWC and the Times of India, Neville is in talks with ISL club East Bengal, while 26-year-old Fox is already out of contract with the Mariners and has reportedly already agreed terms with ISL outfit NorthEast United.

Neville is set to leave the A-League for the first time in his career after more than 200 league appearances, with Bengal yet to fill their mandatory AFC spot.

Neville's former Brisbane Roar coach, Robbie Fowler, is set to become Bengal's coach.

Other A-League talent James Donachie, Branden Inman, Joel Chianese and Jacob Tratt have all recently confirmed moves to the Indian Super League, with more expected in the coming weeks.


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