27. 03. 2019

CHN W: Lippmann, Bartsch and Slöetjes to play in China?

Source: ivolleymagazine.it; Photo: insta-stalker.com

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As iVolley Magazine reports, the Chinese Women’s Volleyball League might be the next destination for three big names that are currently playing in Europe.


 

iVolley Magazine transferred the news that the German outside hitter/opposite hitter Louisa Lippmann, currently playing for Il Bisonte Firenze (Italy), is close to signing with the Chinese Volleyball League bronze medalists Shanghai for the next season.

The same media reported that another outside hitter from an Italian top division will be heading towards China - the U.S. national team member Michelle Bartsch (Igor Gorgonzola Novara).

Furthermore, iVolley Magazine tied the name of VakıfBank star Lonneke Slöetjes with the top flight of the world’s most populous country. And just like in the case of Bartsch, the name of the club to whom the Dutch opposite could join is unknown for now.

 

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1 Comments about "CHN W: Lippmann, Bartsch and Slöetjes to play in China?"

09.08.2019 | 17:34 |   Ivan [unregistered]

Slöetjes go in Scandici

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