Transfer news around Europe

Transfer news around Europe
photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

CSM Bucuresti is the new Romanian champion, stronh team next season, with new transfers like: Line Jörgensen (FCM), Isabelle Gulldén (Viborg HK), Maria Fisker (Viborg HK), Jelena Grubisic (Győri Audi ETO KC) and Gabriela Perianu (Braila)

Left the club: Talida Tolnai, Patricia Vizitiu, Irina Glibko, Mihaela Tivadar

HCM Baia Mare ( got wild card in CL qualification) sent away players like Barbara Arenhart (Nyköbing Falster-Denmark), Alexandra Do Nascimento (?), Ksenia Makeeva (Rostov Don ?), Camilla Herrem (Team Tvis Holstebro), Eliza Buceschi (Thüringer) and they will play mostly with young Romanian talents but rumours says that Allison Pineau will also arrive to Baia Mare.

FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria is the new Hungarian champion and CL-participant, but they lost their best player, Zsuzsanna Tomori, heading to Győr, Orsolya Vérten has retired and Viktória Soós leaves to Vác.

New transfers: Nadine Schatzl (ÉRD), Klára Szekeres (ÉRD), Szandra Zácsik (back from maternity), Dóra Hornyák (Vác), Luca Szekerczés (Siófok)

photo: Csonka Tamás

photo: Csonka Tamás

Győri Audi ETO KC has maybe the hugest change of lines in the last years, the lis is long and brilliant:

Katrine Lunde (Rostov Don), Jelena Grubisic (CSM Bucuresti), Orsolya Herr (FKC), Anna Sen (Rostov Don), Macarena Aguilar (Rostov Don), Jana Knedlikova (MKC), Ivett Szepesi (MKC), Susan Müller (Bietingheim), Vesna Milanovic Litre (Krim).

New arrivals: Yvett Broch (Metz Handball), Nycke Groot (FCM), Gabriella Tóth (MKC), Zsuzsanna Tomori (FTC), Éva Kiss (FKC), Linn J. Sulland (Larvik HK). Beside these players Anita Görbicz is coming back after maternity leave, Eduarda Amorim and Adrienn Orbán from injuries.

Rostov Don– new Russian champon has new signings like Katrine Lunde (Győr), Macarena Aguilar Diaz (Győr), Anna Sen (Győr) or Ksenia Makeeva (HCM Baia Mare).

photo: Tamás Csonka

photo: Tamás Csonka

Montenegrins Andjela Bulatovic (ÉRD) and Sonja Barjaktarovic (? ) leaves.

Danish FC Midtjylland has still a constant team,  Ida Alstad (Byasen), Line Jörgensen (CSM Bucuresti) and Nycke Groot (Győr) left. At arrivals side there are Veronica Kristiansen (Glasseverket), goalkeeper Ana Vojcic (Randers), Johanna Ahlm (Esbjerg) and Louise Burgaard (Viborg).

Runner up Team Esbjerg goes for a CL berth too in qualifications, with new signed players like Filippa Idéhn and Jenny Alm (IK Savehof), Bettina Riegelhuth (Storhamar).

Vardar Skopje managed to keep their players, will be only two new signings: Andrea Covic (Podravka) on lineplayer position and Sanja Damnjanovic (Viborg) on leftback. Julija Nikolic retires from handball.

Buducnost will have almost the same team, with small changes: Camilla Dalby moves home to Randers, Clara Woltering is heading back to Germany to Dortmund and Marina Rajcic transfered to Metz Handball.

At German champions from Thüringer some of the team pillars leaves: Nadja Nadgornaja (Dortmund), Franziska Mietzner (HC Leipzig), Martine Smeets (Bietigheim).

On arrivals side there are names like: Beate Scheffknechtt (), Annouk van der Wiel, Lotte Prak, Natalia Reshetnikova (Universitet Iszewsk) and Eliza Buceschi (HCM Baia Mare).

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Larvik HK –  due to their economical issues this season the Norwegian Handball Federation controls their budget and they will start the next years domestic league by gaining -3 points from the start! The transfers also are controlled, to be sure that mo money will be spent useless.

Leaves: Ole Gustav Gjekstad (inssurances), Tonje Larsen (assistent coach), Linn J. Sulland ( Győr), a line of players are pregnant: Tine Rustad Albertsen, Isabelle Blanco, Linn Kristin Riegelhuth Koren,

Injuries: Alina Wojtas, Tine Stange

Will arrive two lefthanded player, both Norwegian national team members- on rightwing Jenny Osnes Græsholt ( Nordstrand) and on rightback Amanda Kurtovic (Oppsal).

With new information about transfers fro the top-teams coming back later this summer.


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