We gathered some news which has been released lately and are all about transfers or possible transfers in women handball.
Viborg HK’s goalkeeper, the French Cléopatre Darleux has announced on her own facebook that she won’t prolong her contract which runs out at the end of this season with her team, Viborg. Where Darleux will continue is still unknown. Viborg has another top-goalkeeper in the team, Brazilian Chana Masson, but she couldn’t get a place in the Brazilian NT lately, since Barbara Arenhart and Mayssa Pessoa are in much better shape than her. Masson stated after the WCh where Brazil took the gold medals, that she wish to bet back to the NT, but there are two, much younger goalkeepers in front of her and both are in much better shape.
Swedish backplayer, Sabine Jakobsen, has a contract with Randers HK this season, but she is in the recovery period after a knee-injury, which keeps her outside the court for the whole season. Jakobsen will not prolong her contract either with her Danish club, she stated that wants to play for an European club, which is interested in CL.
Viborg HK is struggeling with injury problems, Rikke Skov got a cruciate ligament rupture, and is out for the whole season, meanwhile Serbian leftback, Sanja Damnjanovic has gone through a knee-surgery lately, and she is out for at least one month. The club is searching fro a new backplayer, whic was announced by the new sports-director, Jakob Vestergaard.
Lærke Møller, the playmaker of FC Midtjylland has announced also that she will leave FCM and searches for new challenges at another club. She don’t have a new club yet, or this one is not known, but Laerke said that she wish to start again from the zero and show in a new team her qualities as she did in Aalborg earlier and after that in FCM.
Sloveniann rightback, Ana Gros changed club, she left Thüringer HC and transferred to French Metz Handball for the next six months. Thüringer has also transferred a rightwinger, since Lidija Jakubisova is out due to injury for the rest of the season, this is Svenja Huber from Koblenz. The German player is 28 years od and has played for three years in Koblenz.
After a long injury and recovery period, Hungarian playmaker, Bernadett Temes (earlier Hypo-player) has started workouts and matches at her new team in Bundesliga, TusSies Metzingen.
Russian triple world champion and CL-winner, leftwinger Emilya Turey has signed a contract for this season to CSM Bucuresti. 29 years old Turey has been transferred from Astrahanochka to Romania and she signed a contract for this season, with options to prolongation.