The former Germany youth international's career continues to baffle.
When West Ham spent £9 million, according to the Daily Mail, on 19-year-old German youth international Savio Nsereko in January 2009 he became the club's record signing. But after just ten games for The Hammers he failed to score and left for Fiorentina.
His time in Florence was also poor. He spent time on loan with Bologna, Juve Stabia and 1860 Munich whilst also sampling football in Bulgaria and Romania with Chernomerets Burgas and FC Vaslui respectively.
He then moved back to Germany with SpVgg Unterhaching and eventually found himself playing for Viktoria Koln in German football’s fourth tier.
He went on to find some success in Kazakhstan before finding his way to Bulgaria again via a failed trial with Anzhi Makhachkala.
So what is he doing now?
He has popped up again this month in Kazakhstan - where he enjoyed moderate success with FC Atyrau, scoring his first goal in nearly four years on debut, later voted goal of the season.
He went on trial with Shakhtar Karagandy at their training camp in Turkey but, according to Sports.kz, the club decided he wasn't for them.
But he has not been deterred and he is currently impressing on trial with another loan club. The now infamous West Ham flop has been on trial with FC Ordabasy for the past week and even scored in a friendly against Serbian side FK Napredak Krusevac in a 2-1 win. He also scored the consolation in a 3-1 defeat against Ghana's under-23s - according to Sports.kz.
Perhaps Ordabasy is the next stop on the merry-go-round that is Nsereko's post-West Ham career.