Uruguayan Pinarol announced a week ago that Christian Vadocz, who had already been announced at his new club on Friday local time, would leave the club despite his direct contract at Montevideo Wanderers. The midfielder, who turns 36 in May, will be the 14th player from Montevideo Wanderers in his team’s professional career.
|Krisztián Vadócz signed a contract with his new club (Photo: Montevideo Wanderers)|
Montevideo Wanderers announced through its official channels that it has signed a contract with Krisztián Vadócz until December 2021, who came to the club for free after last week. Terminated by mutual agreement With Penarol, also from Uruguay. After the announcement, the national team midfielder greeted fans of his new team 42 times in a short video in Spanish.
During his career to date, Krisztián Vadócz has served in four continents, 11 countries and 13 clubs – BP Honvéd, Auxerre (French), Motherwell (Scottish), NEC (Dutch), Osasuna (Spanish), Odense (Danish), Pune City (Indian) ), Grasshoppers (Switzerland), Deportivo Alaves (Spain), Perth Glory (Australia), Mumbai City (India), Ketchi SC (Hong Kong), Penarol (Uruguay) – football, Montevideo Wanderers will be the 14th stop.
Vaduc qualified for Penarol in January of last year, and he played in 29 matches, not scoring any goal but providing three assists.
Three-time champion Montevideo Wanderers at the summit in Pimera División finished seventh in Apertura in the fall of 2020 (in the 16-team arena), while in the spring he finished 10th in the Clausura, but could play in the final on May 3 at the Super Cup in Nacional. against.