Neptunes player Jeremy Abela is set to leave Malta this weekend to pursue his career in Italy as he is set to join Pescara Nuoto.
Abela has been one of the key players for Neptunes in the last few years and his decision to further his career with the Italian Serie B club will surely help him to further develop his talents.
“Our Senior Team Centre Forward, Jeremy Abela, will leave Malta this Saturday to join Italian Serie B Team, Pescara Pallanuoto,” Neptunes WPSC said in a statement.
“The Serie B league will start in January. On behalf of all Neptunes Supporters, we wish Jeremy Znoq the very best for the upcoming season.”
Abela is the latest Neptunes players who is set to spend the next nine to ten months with a foreign team.
In fact, the Times of Malta reported this month that youngsters Alec Fenech and Sam Gialanze travelled to Montenegro to join the youth team of Jadran Herceg Novi. The Montenegrin club also have Jake Muscat as part of their senior squad.
On the other hand, Mark Castillo will continue his career in Italy where he will play with the youth team of European champions Pro Recco.