ZRK Vardar Skopje transferred Radicevic, Lekic and Nikolic

ZRK Vardar Skopje transferred Radicevic, Lekic and Nikolic

Photo: Márta Kállai

Macedonian club, ZRK Vardar Skopje’s new bord is up tu build a new top- team in Skopje. New Russian sponsor made possible to transfer players from big European clubs, playing in CL.

Macedonian national team member, Julija Nikolic (earlier Portjanko), playing in Zvezda Zvenigorod this season already hassigned with Vardar last week.

Today was  publicised that the two current Győri Audi ETO KC players, right winger Jovanka Radicevic (Montenegro) and middle-back Andrea Lekic (Serbia) will strengthen the Macedonian team from the next season. Both players had signed an agreement for 1+1year.

Andrea Lekic aim for Champions League trophy | Photographer: Zsolt Csikfalvi

Photo: Zsolt Csíkfalvi

Andrea Lekic is leaving Győr because she had not have enough playing time in her favorite position, as a playmaker, in a team where brilliant Anita Görbicz is playing mostly in this position. Lekic could choose among more offers: from Buducnost, Krim and Valcea.

Jovanka Radicevic has stated that she enjoys her time in Győr, but the offer she got from Vardar was very promising, so the tempation was huge. The 26 year old player had another offer from Rostov Don as well.

ZRK Vardar has already players like goalkeeper Inna Suslina (Rssia), lineplayer Begona Fernandez (Spain) and Andrea Klikovac (Montenegro).

Rumours are saying that goalkeeper SanelaKnezovic will also move from Russia to Skopje from next season.

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