Anumanthan Mohan Kumar (born 14 July 1994), also known as Anu, is a Singaporean professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Kedah and the Singapore national team.
Anumanthan began his professional football career with Young Lions in 2012. With the team short on numbers, the National Football Academy trainee was called up to the squad. He played his first game in a 1–1 draw against Balestier Khalsa on 1 April 2012.
Anumanthan was one of five youth players shortlisted for the inaugural Dollah Kassim Award in 2010, which was eventually won by future Young Lions teammate Ammirul Emmran Mazlan.
Anumanthan ended his Young Lions career on a high receiving offers from almost every club in the S.League vouching for his signature.
Anumanthan later went on to sign for Hougang United for the 2016 S.League campaign. During the annual S.League award night later that year, Anumanthan won the Young Player of the Year award and become the first Singaporean to win this award in 6 years after Hariss Harun won it in 2010. He was a vital member of the 2016 squad which almost made history by qualifying for their first-ever AFC cup championship, after a solid campaign for the club that year.
Anumanthan signed for Home United in mid-2017 due to National Service commitments and featured his first game for the protectors against his former club Hougang United in October later that year. He went on to score his first goal for the club against rivals Warriors FC in a 2-1 loss. He ended the year by clinching 3rd placing in both the S.league and the RHB Singapore Cup in 2017.
In 2018, he went on to lead Home United to their first-ever AFC Asian Cup Asian Zonal Championship title. He played a vital role in their successful campaign finishing 2nd in the Singapore Premier League.
Anumanthan signed for Kedah FC in 2021.