Transfer news around Europe

Transfer news around Europe
photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Danish transfer news:

Camilla Dalby leaves Buducnost after two years, the 25 year old rightback is heading back to her old club, Randers HK on a three years contract.

Jenny Alm (25) will join Team Esbjerg in summer, she leaves IK Savehof. Her contract is signed for 2 years.

Emily Stang Sando has extended her conract with Team Esbjerg for another 2 years. The Norwegian goalkeeper had already two season in the club.

Mette Gravholt, Chana Masson (Bietigheim-Germany ??), Isabelle Gulldén (CSM Bucuresti ??) and Sanja Damnjanovic will not continue in Viborg, their next clubs are still unkonwn.

Rightwing Simone Böhme (Silkeborg-Voel) and playmaker Line Uno joins Viborg HK from next season, there are also gossips about the new leftwing, who could be Camilla Herrem (HCM Baia Mare) or Ann Grethe Nörgaard (TTH).

Maria Fisker (Viborg HK) and Line Jörgensen (FCM) had signed a two years contract with Romanian CSM Bucuresti.

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Norwegian transfer news:

Lineplayer June Andenaes has signed with Byasen again, after she had played for Lada Togliatti last season.

Lineplayer Lise Löke leaves Larvik HK and signs for Oppsal with immediate effect.

Tonje Larsen retires from the handball court after this season.

Rightback Stine Skogrand (Tertnes Bergen) has extended her contract with one more year (2016).


Metz Handball has transfered Croatian playmaker, Sonja Basic (25) from Lokomotiv Zareb and Montenegrin leftwinger, Olivera Vukcevic (19) from Buducnost.

Swedish Angelica Wallén will move form Randers to France, after she signed a 2 years contract with Toulon.


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