14. 09. 2020

RUS M: Top 10 transfers in 2020/21 Russian men’s Superliga

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Russian men’s volleyball clubs that compete in the 2020/21 country’s top division lifted fans off the chair on several occasions in the offseason when completing transfers.

 

The 2020/21 men’s Superliga will be incredibly competitive as several clubs completed gigantic transfers during the summer.

It was hard to single out the top 10 but here they are:

1.   Ivan Zaytsev, ITA (Leo Shoes Modena, ITA to Kuzbass)

2.   Tsvetan Sokolov, BUL (Zenit-Kazan to Dinamo Moscow)

3.   Bartosz Bednorz, POL (Leo Shoes Modena, ITA to Zenit-Kazan)

4.   Egor Kliuka (Fakel to Zenit Saint-Petersburg)

5.   John Gordon Perrin, CAN (Sada Cruzeiro Vôlei, BRA to Ural)

6.   Dražen Luburić, SRB (Belogorie to Lokomotiv)

7.   Viktor Poletaev (Kuzbass to Zenit Saint-Petersburg)

8.   Gabriele Nelli, ITA (Gas Sales Bluenergy Piacenza, ITA to Belogorie)

9.   Antoine Brizard, FRA (VERVA Warszawa ORLEN Paliwa, POL to Zenit Saint-Petersburg)

10. Maciej Muzaj, POL (Gazprom-Yugra to Ural)

 

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

 

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