Nora Mørk moves to Bucharest from summer

photo: Tamas Csonka
Nora Mørk moves to Bucharest from summer

Today has been known the new club of Nora Mørk from the next season. The Norwegian rightback will leave Győr after this season and will move to Romania, where CSM Bucuresti made her the best offer and she signed for 2 years.

Nora Mörk has spoken out about her new transfer for

“The offer from CSM Bucuresti was a very good one, much better than the one I had in Győr. But this was not the reason to take this decision. The next years squad in Bucharest will be a very good one, which has the chance to win the Champions League and this helped me.

“I had a very good time in Győr, with the team, the players and the fans. But the last year things has changed. It is difficult to be sidelined with injuries for such a ling period.They wanted to see me play again, but I feel that I have nothing to prove. Because I know now that I will be healthy, I can play and I will be as good as I was before or even better.

“I have got many good offers from the five best clubs in Europe, and in a very difficult time made me to believe in myself and gave me motivation that I am still wanted in the best clubs.

“I know that is not easy to change the club right the year before the Olympics, which my big goal, but I needed new things, new directions and a fresh start. I am really looking for that.

CSM Bucuresti was known about the many headcoach changes in the past, which Amanda Kurtovic (who will take the other way from CSM to Győr) called as a chaos and instability.

Mörk says: “I am prepared for that. But it will be nice to play together with players like Neagu and Lekic, in a team which can help me to reach my top-level again. This made my choice easy.

“The only difficult thing will be to leave all the Norwegian teammates in Győr, it will be painful, but I hope to have a good end this season and to win the Champions League together.

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