Nsereko has moved to Romania in a bid to revive his faltering career. PHOTO BY Eddie Chicco

After a disappointing stint at Italian Serie B side Juve Stabia in the first half of this season, Ugandan-born Savio Nsereko has joined top Romanian outfit Vaslui until the end of the season.

The 22-year-old moved to Romania on Monday afternoon and immediately attended his first training session at the club’s base in Poiana, which has an option of buying him from Fiorentina when the season ends. “I do not know much about the league. I know some clubs like Steau Bucharest, Rapid Dinamo and Vaslui, but I am willing to learn,” said Nsereko, who still has a chance of playing for the Uganda Cranes.

“I want to play football at Vaslui and have success with the team. They are behind the league leaders by 10 points, but nothing is impossible, we will give my best to win every game,” he added.

Vaslui currently lie seventh in the Clasament Liga 1 and finished third last season. They bowed out of this season’s group stages of the Europa League after finishing third behind Lazio and Sporting Lisbon.

The club president, Adrian Porumboiu told the media in Romania that he is optimistic the player will reignite his career at the Moldovan club after lackluster spells at previous clubs. “It kind of blew up a young player, and then lost on the road. We hope he will get back to his best at Vaslui.”

Nsereko has previously played for Brescia (Italy), West Ham United (England), Fiorentina (Italy), Bologna (Italy), 1860 Munich (Germany), Chernomorets Burgas (Bulgaria) and Juve Stabia (Italy).

By Mark Kirumira, Daily Monitor

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