24. 09. 2020

RUS W: Top 10 transfers in 2020/21 Russian women’s Superliga

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Clubs taking part in the 2020/21 Russian women’s volleyball Championship – Superliga Parimatch didn’t close any transfers that be described as spectacular. The title favorites managed to keep existing squads by renewing contracts. As for the signings, this is the Top 10...

 

1.   Natália Pereira, BRA (Eczacıbaşı VitrA, TUR to Dinamo Moscow)

2.   Laura Dijkema, NED (il Bisonte Firenze, ITA to Lokomotiv)

3.   Dariya Stolyarova (Dinamo Moscow to Leningradka)

4.   Samantha Bricio, MEX (Savino Del Bene Scandicci, ITA to Dinamo-Ak Bars)

5.   Ekaterina Orlova (Uralochka-NTMK to Dinamo Moscow)

6.   Ekaterina Evdokimova (Uralochka-NTMK to Lokomotiv)

7.   Dariya Malygina (Sakhalin to Tulitsa)

8.   Irina Filishtinskaya (no club, Enisey)

9.   Ivna Colombo, BRA (Himeji Victorina, JPN to Enisey)

10. Hanna Klimets, BLR (Uralochka-NTMK to Dinamo Moscow)

 

Check out more  Transfer Rumors and Transfers - Done Deals.

 

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