According to rumors in Italian media and discussions among the volleyball community, significant changes are expected in the rosters of Italian teams for the upcoming season. Cisterna will be without Petar Dirlic, who is moving to Allianz Milano. Cisterna may also lose Marko Sedlacek, another Croat, who is likely to accept offers from other clubs and may leave Italy.
Jean Patry is moving from Allianz Milano to Poland’s Jastrzębski Węgiel, where Stephen Boyer is expected to move to Asseco Resovia. Earvin Ngapeth has reportedly received an attractive offer from Turkey’s Halkbank, and Osmany Juantorena is rumored to be a new reinforcement for Modena.
Maksim Sapozhkov’s contract with Verona is ending, and he is likely to move to Modena. From Modena, Adis Lagumdzija is heading to Lube, while Kamil Rychlicki is expected to leave Perugia and move to Trento. Wassim Ben Tara is coming from Poland’s to Perugia. Matey Kaziyski is rumored to be a new player for Milan, and Donovan Džavoronok is expected to move from Trentino to Verona, where Keita should play as opposite.
There is speculation about Aleksandar Atanasijevic’s return to Italy, where he may join Trento, although he may also stay in Poland, but he is leaving Belchatow for certain. Additionally, one of the world best middle blockers, Srecko Lisinac, is expected to go to Poland and strengthen the ranks of Warsaw. Finally, Dusan Petkovic, one of the top scorers in the Italian league, is definitely leaving Padua.
The upcoming transfer window promises to be extremely interesting, and we eagerly anticipate the final outcomes and team compositions for the next season.