Former Tottenham Hotspur youngster Tomislav Gomelt has been sent on loan by Italian side Bari to Romanian club Cluj, report Tuttomercatoweb.
Gomelt left Spurs permanently this summer for Bari, where he spent last season on loan.
The Croatian youngster signed for Spurs in 2013, but did not make a single first team appearance for the club.
He had spells out on loan at Spanish club Espanyol and Belgian side Royal Antwerp.
Gomelt made six appearances for Serie B side Bari last season, who liked enough of him to sign him permanently.
But after just one half of football in the Coppa Italia this campaign, the 20-year-old has been loaned to Cluj.
There is no Europa League football on offer for the Romanian side this season disappointingly, with the side even making the Champions League in recent years.
Gomelt just needs a place to play regularly, having made only 10 first team appearances over the course of his career to date.
If that is in Romania then so be it, as he attempts to re-launch his career and show that the time spent in Tottenham's academy was for his benefit.