Rumor: Nenadic to Veszprem
Written by: Rasmus Boysen
According to the German TV channel Sky leaves Petar Nenadic Füchse Berlin to join Telekom Veszprém after this season.
The day before yesterday we brought the story about the uncertain future of Petar Nenadic in his current club Füchse Berlin (read more here). Petar Nenadic has a contract that expires at the end of the season and the manager of Füchse Berlin, Bob Hanning, has confirmed that Telekom Veszprém has shown interest in signing the Serbian playmaker with immediate effect. "Before the season there was a request, which we however declined," the manager told Berliner Zeitung.
What did not happen this season may become reality next season. At least if you have to believe Sky. The TV licensee of the Bundesliga and EHF Champions League reports, that the 31-year-old Serbian national player leaves Füchse Berlin to join the Hungarian champions Telekom Veszprem when his contract expires after this season. In Telekom Veszprém he is destined to replace the Icelandic national player Aron Palmarsson, who latest in the summer of 2018 joins FC Barcelona.
Petar Nenadic came to Füchse Berlin from Polish Wisla Plock in 2014. He has also played in RK Red Star Belgrade in Serbia, Algeciras BM and FC Barcelona in Spain, Pick Szeged in Hungary and TTH Holstebro in Denmark. He has played 63 caps and scored 145 goals for the Serbian national team, with whom he won silver at the European Championship 2012 at homeground in Serbia.