Wingback was on the books of Lazio, FC Zurich and AEK Athens
Ħamrun Spartans are set to run the rule over Brazilian fullback Vinicius Freitas.
The 29-year-old is due to arrive in Malta on Monday night and is expected to train with the Ħamrun Spartans squad this week during which time coach Branko Nisevic and his assistant Stefano De Angelis will analyse his physical condition and technical qualities before finally deciding whether he will be offered a contract for the upcoming season.
Vinicius has an eyecatching CV as the Brazilian has played for some top clubs in his career.
In fact, after coming through the youth ranks of Fluminense and Cruzeiro, in 2013 he headed to Italy where he joined Serie A side Lazio.
In the following years he was on the books of Padova and Perugia.
In 2015 he move to FC Zurich with who he won the Swiss Cup before returning to Italy where he rejoined Lazio.
Vinicius then moved to Greece in 2017 where he joined AEK Athens for whom he made seven appearances and scoring one goal to help the club reach the Greek Cup final and also qualify for the UEFA Champions League.
In January, 2018 he returned to Brazil where he signed for Chapecoense, Botafogo, and Joinville.
Vinicius also represent his country at U-23 level, winning a bronze medal in the Panamerican Games held in Canada in 2015.
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