Midfielder Dejan Peshevski currently finds himself in Italy where he is training with Serie B side Brescia.
We reached out to Peshevski for comment after he posted on facebook a photo in front of the Brescia headquarters. This is how he responded, “Yes, currently I’m in Brescia. Everything will depend on whether I get EU documents, but there is something already planned out. So, yeah, I’m hopeful that everything will conclude like it should.”
Peshevski will be attempting to acquire a Slovak passport which will make him an EU player. Peshevski has spent the past couple of years playing for the youth teams of Ružomberok and Spartak Trnava in that country. He is currently a free agent after Spartak Trnava decided to let him go following an incident in a nightclub.
In Italian football, there are quotas in place to limit the number of non-EU players in their leagues. There are only few precious spots for signing non-EU players during every transfer window, and most of those are used on players from South American countries. Thus, it is imperative for Peshevski to obtain a Slovak passport if he were to move to Brescia.