The Waalwijk outfit has acquired the services of the former Liverpool player on a six-month deal.
Reports from Mandemakers Stadion confirm that RKC Waalwijk have successfully acquired the services of Krisztian Nemeth on a free transfer until the end of the ongoing campaign.
The 23-year-old was without a club after his contract with MTK Budapest expired earlier this month, where he only made a lone appearance for the Hungarian club. Earlier in his career, he spent three seasons at Anfield, but failed to feature in a single match
for the English Premier League outfit.
The Eredivisie newcomers were looking to add firepower to their squad in the ongoing January transfer window and the club management sees the Hungarian ace as a perfect addition to their squad.
RKC head coach, Ruud Brood, expressed satisfaction at the arrival of the striker and revealed that the former Olympiacos striker will certainly add more depth to the squad.
“Krisztian is a pretty complete player with great talent which you can see immediately when he plays. This guy makes it look easy to score goals”, Brood was quoted as saying to the media.
The RKC tactician then went on to reveal that his side was in search of a good striker, and the 23-year-old will certainly prove to be an asset for his side.
“We were looking to sign a good striker, a player who can score goals consistently and give us more attacking options. Krisztian can play in any position upfront and he will definitely prove to be a good asset for us”, Brood concluded.
RKC are currently placed 15th in the Eredivisie table, five points clear of the danger zone. They have struggled to achieve good results consistently, as their front-line has failed to find the back of the net, netting 17 goals in 18 league appearances.
The Waalwijk outfit will lock horns against VVV-Venlo at Mandemakers Stadion on Sunday, January 29, and Nemeth could make his debut for the hosts against the outfit from Venlo.