Andrei Agius set for Romanian move?

Malta and Hibernians international defender Andrei Agius could continue his career with Romania as he is reportedly set to join CSM Studențesc Iași in the Romanian Liga I.

The club’s official website reports that Agius together with another three players Nuno Viveiros, Ștefan Grigorie and Liviu Ganea will be joining the squad for a training camp in Turkey.

CSMS Iași placed tenth last year after former Romanian national coach Marius Lacatus led them to the Liga II Championship the the previous season. Former Messina, Juventus and Cagliari defender Nicolò Napoli is the coach of CSMS Iași who were founded in 2010.

Agius first moved abroad in 2004 to join FK Zemun in Serbia. The following season, he moved to Italy to join Sporting Mascalcuia. He then signed for Messina but spent time on loan with AC Martina Franca and Igea Virtus. After a spell with Cassino, he joined Melfi but in January 2011, he returned to Malta, joining Birkirkara. Agius returned to Italy the following summer and played for Latina with whom he managed to secure promotion to the Serie B. In summer 2013, he signed for Torres but moved to Aprilia in January, returning to Malta in summer to join Hibernians.

Meanwhile another Hibernians player could move abroad as Clayton Failla is attracting the interest of ambitious Lega Pro side Pavia.

Pavia are seeking a return to the Serie B after an absence of over sixty years. They placed third in the Lega Pro Girone A this season but lost to Matera in the promotion play-offs.