16. 05. 2020

ITA M: One of biggest world’s prospects Lagumdžija signs with Monza

Source: verovolley.com; Photo: volleyball.world

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The new opposite hitter of the Italian men’s volleyball club Vero Volley Monza for the 2020/21 season came from Turkey.


Adis Lagumdžija, real talent of international volleyball and already the protagonist of several high-level tournaments (such as the CEV EuroVolley last year), signed a 2+1 contract with Monza. The 20-year-old Bosnia-born opposite hitter, the MVP of the 2017 CEV U19 European Championship, came to the SuperLega side from Arkas Spor.

Thus, Monza “beat” two other Italian clubs who were also in the contention for Lagumdžija.


See our sections - Transfers - Done Deals and Transfers - Rumors.



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