Eight new players signed by CSM Bucuresti – official

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Eight new players signed by CSM Bucuresti – official
Ibolya Szekeres

After yesterdays news about signing Nora Mørk, CSM Bucuresti has announced today officially the arrival of totally eight new players from teh next season.

Swedish leftback Linnea Torstenson(36) and Spanish rightwinger, Carmen Martin (30) return to Romania after three years in Nice, they signed for 2 years.

Goalkeeper Denisa Dedu (24) and leftback Gabriela Perianu (24) leave Siofok KC and Hungary after 2 years and moves to Bucharest for at least two seasons.

Laura Chiper(29) will join Carmen Martin on the rightwing, she arrives from Corona Brasov.

Rightback position will be a strong one with Nora Mørk (28), but Andrea Klikovac (28) will also join the team, the Montenegrin leaves Kisvarda and moves to Bucharest.

The lineplayer position will be reinforced with Crina Pintea (28) who changes Gyor with CSM Bucuresti, after her contract in Hungary was valid only for this season.

Beside these new arrivals Elisabeth Omoregie, Iulia Curea (36) and Dragana Cvijic has extended their contracts with the cliub, staying for the next season.

Still no information about Cristina Neagu , if she will sign a new contract.

Paula Ungureanu, Oana Manea will probably finish their careers, Anetaa Udristoiu, Nathalie Hagman, Sabine Jacobsen, Barbara Lazovic will leave the club, their destination is still unknown. Jovanka Radicevic and Majda Mehmedovic return to Buducnost. Amanda Kurtovic has signed with Gyor.

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Ibolya Szekeres

Hungarian living in Norway with a great passion for handball, primarly women handball. Travels all over the world to follow handball matches and tournaments and to write good articles on this website.

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