25. 07. 2020

RUS M: Finnish libero Kerminen new member of Dinamo Moscow

Source: vcdynamo.ru; Photo: JAAKKO STENROOS/AOP/aamulehti.fi

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The two-time Russian men’s volleyball Championship winners Dinamo Moscow announced the signing of a contract with libero Lauri Kerminen.

 

The Finnish international Kerminen will play for Dinamo but not in all matches throughout the next season. The 27-year-old libero will wear the jersey of the team from the Russian capital only in the CEV Champions League. Dinamo will start the participation in this competition with the qualifications.

Kerminen came from Kuzbass (won the Russian Championship and the Cup once apiece) where he spent the last five seasons and sealed the one-year deal.

 

Check out more  Transfer Rumors and Transfers - Done Deals.

 

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