Indian Super League side Mumbai City FC have continued bolstering their squad ahead of ISL 2016. The Ranbir Kapoor co-owned franchise have signed up two more foreigners -- Brazil defender Gerson Vieira and Hungary midfielder Krisztian Vadocz.

The duo joins the likes of Katsumi Yusa, Sony Norde and Matias Defederico as the other foreign players in the team for the next edition of the Indian Super League. Mumbai City FC have never made it to the top four of the competition before, but this time they are keen on changing that record.

"Vadocz and Gerson are both highly skilled and versatile, and can play multiple positions. I have seen them carefully, and they fit my requirements and vision for the team very well," explained Mumbai City coach Alexandre Guimaraes via a release. 

"They are great additions to the squad, and I am jubilant to have them join our efforts for a successful season 3 in the ISL."

Gerson was a part of the Brazil squad during the 2009 U-17 World Cup, where the 23-year-old played a part for the young Selecao side alongside Barcelona superstar Neymar.

Hungary midfielder Vadocz, meanwhile, is an experienced customer. The 31-year-old plied his trade for Mumbai City's ISL rivals FC Pune City in the inaugural edition of the league.

He picked up 40 caps for the national team between 2004 and 2011, scoring twice.