Ukrainian forward Yevgeny Serdyuk is officially a CSKA 1948 football player, the club announced. The 24-year-old goalscorer joins the Black Sea Reds. Serdyuk signed his contract at the Reds’ club office, then proudly posed in a CSKA 1948 shirt for his first photos as a team player.
“At the beginning of next week, the Ukrainian striker is also expected to start training with the squad led by the legend Lyuboslav Penev. Serdyuk was adamant that he can’t wait to meet El Goleador and that he will undoubtedly be able to learn a lot from him about his game in leading positions”, the official website of the “reds” also writes.
At the top of Black Sea’s attack, Serduk scored a total of 15 goals in his 26 appearances for the Mariners, adding 4 assists and attracting the interest of numerous clubs with his impressive performances in the efbet Liga.
Before playing in the Bulgarian championship, Serduk went through the school of Portuguese Fatima, for whom he made his debut in men’s football in 2017. He played in the team until 2019, and then had a season on loan in another Portuguese team – Casa Pia, before arrive in Varna.
The goalscorer has also played two games for the youth national team of Ukraine under 21. He made his debut in the yellow and blue shirt in March 2019 in a friendly match against the youth of Kazakhstan.
“Serdyuk impresses with good technique, excellent positioning, combativeness and a precise finishing shot. We welcome Yevgeny and wish him to be healthy and that his goals in the CSKA shirt will not stop!”, added CSKA 1948.