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13. 08. 2017

Transfers 2017/2018

SRB M: He’s not going to Turkey at all - Serbian NT setter Jovović gets offer from Iran

Source: Photo: verovolley.com

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The Serbian Men’s Volleyball National Team setter has been linked with several clubs this summer…

 

A 25-year-old setter of the Serbian NT, Nikola Jovović, was contacted by the two Turkish top division clubs during the summer transfer window, about which we have already written.

As our website learned, the third club, whose name is still unknown, has now shown interest in Jovović and it is not from Turkey but from Iran. The agreement on the terms between the two sides is close to being made.

Jovović has spent last season in the Italian Serie A1, wearing the jersey of Gi Group Monza.

 

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