09. 05. 2020

CHN M: Anderson rejects Kuzbass’ offer, goes to China

Source: ilrestodelcarlino.it; Photo: gramho.com

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It seems that The U.S. Men’s Volleyball National Team member Matt Anderson has definitely said goodbye to Leo Shoes Modena.


The American outside hitter Anderson will definitely no longer play for Italy’s Modena, Il Resto del Carlino Modena reported.

Allegedly, the two parties consensually terminated the contract. The SuperLega powerhouse must begin to cut costs and the U.S. National Team member will have to look for new teammates in the pre-Olympic season.

The latest rumors say that a three-time Player of the Year in the United States, Anderson, has preferred the Chinese solution, more precisely Shanghai, over generous offer of Russia’s Kuzbass.


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



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