19. 01. 2021

TUR W: VakıfBank say stop to Fenerbahçe – Zehra renews

Source: voleybolmagazin.com; Photo: kimnereli.net

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The second most titled Turkish women’s volleyball club VakıfBank decided not to leave anything to chance in regard to Zehra Güneş.

 

After learning that Fenerbahçe Opet, their big rivals in the Sultanlar Ligi, aim Zehra Güneş, VakıfBank reacted quickly and signed the new deal with their starting middle blocker. A 21-year-old player, who truly stands out this season in the Turkish championship, will stay for three more seasons with the Istanbul side.

Zehra has been a member of VakıfBank since 2017.

 

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

 

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