Slovenian volleyball prospect and national team member Nik Mujanović remains contractually tied to Calcit Kamnik, the club and Slovenian media sources have confirmed. This status quo was upheld by a provisional court order. Despite ongoing negotiations, a resolution to Mujanović’s contractual situation remains elusive. The Kamnik club expressed its regret over the unresolved dispute, highlighting the toll it’s taking on both the player and the team.
Mujanović, a talented opposite, had sought a transfer to Italian team Monza, but failed to secure an agreement with Calcit Kamnik, leading to his attempt to unilaterally terminate his contract. Calcit, holding a contract with Mujanović until the end of the 2025 season, did not approve of this termination. Consequently, Mujanović has been absent from fulfilling his duties with Calcit Kamnik, and even relocated to Italy in anticipation of a transfer to Monza, which did not materialize.
The Volleyball Federation of Slovenia (OZS), having reviewed Calcit’s documentation, has not sanctioned Mujanović’s move. The 19-year-old opposite has been notably absent from the Calcit Kamnik lineup for seven consecutive matches, further highlighting the impact of this ongoing contractual impasse.