12. 09. 2020

TUR W: Top 10 transfers in 2020/21 Sultanlar Ligi

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Plenty of excitement is expected in the next season of the Turkish women’s volleyball Championship as several clubs have done a very good job in the summer transfer market.


For many years back, no club other than the “Big Four” managed to squeeze into the battles for trophies in the Turkish women’s volleyball club competitions. The transfer activities of clubs enlisted for the 2020/21 Sultanlar Ligi (official name Misli.com Sultanlar Ligi) this summer promise that the “Big Four” will have a hard time.

Check out the transfers in the Turkish league that caught our attention more than others:

1.   Jordan Thompson, USA (Fenerbahçe Opet to Eczacıbaşı VitrA)

2.   Ana Paula Borgo, BRA (Fluminense, BRA to Çan Gençlik Kale Spor)

3.   Chiaka Ogbogu, USA (Imoco Volley Conegliano, ITA to Eczacıbaşı VitrA)

4.   Ebrar Karakurt (VakıfBank to Türk Hava Yolları)

5.   Bianka Buša, SRB (CSM Volei Alba-Blaj, ROU to Fenerbahçe Opet)

6.   Lisvel Eve, DOM (Universidad de San Martín de Porres, PER to PTT)

7.   Polen Ünver (PTT to Türk Hava Yolları)

8.   Rachael Adams, USA (no club, Aydın Büyükşehir Bld.)

9.   Lauren Carlini, USA (Dinamo Moscow, RUS to Türk Hava Yolları)

10. Seda Aslanyürek (PTT to Beşiktaş)


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



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