Castellon concludes his squad with Dutch winger Gervan Castaner

Castellon shut down his team permanently on Friday, a week after the transfer window closed. After signing goalkeeper Jacob Carne, whose arrival allowed him to have an additional chip, the black and white club announced the signing of Gervan Castaner (Rotterdam, Netherlands, 1996), who signed for one season.

This is the winger who has been without a team after his contract with BEC Zwolle expired, where he has been under Dick Schroeder for the past two seasons. After starting training at the Feyenoord Youth Academy, Castaner played for several teams in his country (Dordrecht, ADO Den Haag, FC Eindhoven) before having his first experience abroad, specifically in Germany with Kaiserslautern.

He returned home to play for NAC Breda before moving to the United Kingdom. He spent two seasons there. Firstly at Coventry City, where he rose from League One (third tier) to the Championship (second tier), although without as much fame, as at Heart of Midlothian, in the Scottish second tier, where he played on loan.

Two seasons ago, he returned to the Netherlands to join BEC Zwolle, with whom he saw relegation from the Eredivisie to the second division and later a return to the top flight under Dick Schroeder.

In total, he played 80 matches in the Dutch top flight, 31 of them in his first season with BEC Zwolle. The last time he played 24 matches, he scored a goal and provided an assist.

Like teammate Daijiro Shirino, Castellon’s latest promotion is also an international for Curacao, although he has previously played for the Dutch youth teams. However, he was not included in his latest squad call-up for the international matches he played this week.

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