The Austrian club has shown commitment and interest to sign the 21-year-old central defender by writing Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) and Armee Patriotique Rwandaise (APR) Football Club a team where the player has been plying his trade.
Bayisenge confirmed the development in an interview with a local online publication Thursday and said he is eagerly looking forward to play at the Austrian club.
He said the opportunity to ply trade in Europe will be a big boost for his soccer career, saying as a player he has been aspiring to play at such higher level.
“Playing in Europe will be good for my career and every football player wants to play at the highest level. I will gain massive experience [there],”he said.
Bayisenge is expected to be in Austria by next week, where he is among others required to undergo a medical before signing on the dotted lines.
His contract with APR expired at the end of last season (2014/15 Rwandan Premier League) and was awaiting a new deal after inspiring the Rwanda soccer power house to fifteenth league title.
A year earlier he won Peace Cup with APR and he was in the squad that reached the finals of 2014 Kagame CECAFA Interclub Cup that was held in Kigali during which his side lost 1-0 to Al-Merrikh of Sudan.
This will not be the first time for the blossoming defender to catch the eye of European clubs; in 2012 he attended trials at Toulosse FC, the French Ligue 1 side and at Belgian Pro League side Zulte Waregem.
He passed trials at Toulosse, but the deal did not see the light of the day, because under the French law at the time, he was too young to sign a professional and live in the country without supervision of a guardian.