Ulrika Ågren replaced by Veronica Cuadrado in Randers HK

Ulrika Ågren replaced by Veronica Cuadrado in Randers HK

Photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

As we have earlier announced, Randers HK’s Swedish line-player, Ulrika Ågren will leave the Danish team at the end of the season.

The 25 years old line-player will follow her boyfriend, Henrik Toft Hansen (Danis national team line-player), who signed a contract with HSV Hamburg until 2016.

Ulrika Ågren will also play in Germany, her new team is Buxtehude, and she signed a two years agreement with the German club.

Randers HK has already started the replacement of their lineplayers: they transfered 20 years old Katrine Heindahl from TTH  and Friday morning has been announced that Spanish line-player, Veronica Cuadrado will join the club from next season, signing a contract for next two years.

The 34 years Cuadrado has played for Randers last season, bit she left in summer, because she didn’t get a good enough offer from the club. Now she plays in KIF Vejen, ready to return to Randers, where she will be teammate with her colleague from Spanish national team, Macarena Aguilar.

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