20. 08. 2019

Women's Volley Transfers for 2019/2020 season powered by Shining Stars

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Follow the latest women's volleyball transfers across the globe for the season 2019/2020.

 

As you got used to it, we have prepared another serial about volleyball transfers. This one article is for the players' moves for the season 2019/2020. 

We will be updating the transfer news daily and if you have any info about some important transfers worldwide, you can inform us by sending the comments below. 

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LATEST SHINING STARS'S TRANSFERS & NEWS: 

 

- Kubra Akman stays in Vakifbank

Vakifbank extend a contract with Zehra Gunes

- Alianz MTV Stuttgart signs the Turkish setter

- Safranova and Palacios will play in Kazakhstan next season

- A middle blocker from Slovenia moves to Romania 

- The U.S. outside hitter signs with Karayollari

- Mia Jerkov moves to the Polish team

- Two new players in Eczacibasi

- Several offers have arrived for Cansu Aydinollari

- Libero leaves Fenerbahce after 8 years to join Besiktas

- Silvana Chausheva continues a career in Italy

Besiktas sign Eczacibasi's middle blocker

- Milagros Collar will continue her career in Korea

Jana Kulan extends with Toray

- Transfer bomb in Brazil - Polina Rahimova signs with Sesi Volei Bauru

 


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LATEST WORLDWIDE TRANSFERS:

September 18:

Zhu finalizes agreement to join Tianjin

September 6:

Portuguese champions Leixões hire Brazilian setter

August 31:

Brazilian opposite Ivna continues career in Japan

Paige Tapp informs Filottrano of withdrawing despite signing the contract

August 27:

VakıfBank make signing of Ognjenović official

August 22:

Kubra Akman stays in Vakifbank

August 21:

Vakifbank extend a contract with Zehra Gunes

August 19:

Sara Najdic continues her career in Medgidia

August 16:

Dinamo Bucuresti acquire the Serbian international

August 14:

Alianz MTV Stuttgart signs the Turkish setter

August 7:

Veteran opposite Renatinha returns to Sesc

August 6:

One-time Olympic Games winner Carol signs with PAOK

August 2:

Serbian opposite hitter and head coach sign with Enisey

The Dominican Republic national team captain De la Cruz strengthens Dinamo Kazan

July 30:

Puerto Rican star Enright continues her career in Chieri

July 27:

The 3 clubs are in contention for Zhu's signature

July 26:

Safranova and Palacios will play in Kazakhstan next season

A middle blocker from Slovenia moves to Romania

The U.S. outside hitter signs with Karayollari

July 25:

Hooker choosing between 3 offers in China

July 24:

Fabiana definitely continues her career in Hisamitsu

July 23:

Beijing sign duo of 2-time consecutive VNL winners Dixon and Bartsch

July 22:

Larson and Lippmann sign with Chinese runners-up Shanghai

July 21:

One of the Tapp sisters joins Brazilian Superliga newcomers Flamengo

The 2018 world champion Buša strengthens Romanian titleholders Alba

July 20:

A new rumor about Maja Ognjenovic - is she leaving Dinamo Moscow and joining the Turkish powerhouse?

Pomi have announced three new signigs

July 18:

Micelli new head coach of Volero Le Cannet

Scandicci engage 2019 VNL third-best blocker Kąkolewska

July 17:

Mia Jerkov moves to the Polish team

July 16:

Ze Roberto at the helm of a new project in Brazil

July 12:

VC Wiesbaden sign the U.S. player

July 11:

Praia sign one of the most prominent names of the 2019 FIVB Nations League, Martínez

July 9:

Scandicci hire an 18-year-old Polish opposite Stysiak

July 2:

Osasco sign Cuban opposite hitter from Volero

Altay engage American outside hitter and Serbian setter

Hill to play for Imoco for the 3rd straight season

July 1:

Volero part ways with head coach Selinger and 9 players

Hisamitsu bring back former player Nagaoka

June 29:

Bjelica returns to Osasco after 2 years

June 28:

Egonu's cousin signs with Imoco

June 26:

VakıfBank cause an earthquake in the transfer market – Gabi signs!

Casalmaggiore renew with Carcaces

June 23:

Polish runners-up Budowlani sign 2013 European League MVP Leys

Three signings and one renewal in Galatasaray

June 21:

Minas hire another Barueri starting middle blocker from last season - Vivian

June 20:

Kazakh champions Altay appoint Italian head coach Chiappini

Busto engage Chinese beach volley player

June 19:

Novara contract Polish prospect

De Kruijf extends with Imoco

Philippine league single-game scoring record holder Silva joins Chemik

June 18:

Guangdong create powerful outside hitter’s duo – Kosheleva and Rabadzhieva

June 17:

Four new players join Fenerbahce

Guangdong create powerful outside hitter’s duo – Kosheleva and Rabadzhieva

June 16:

PAOK appoint Slovakian head coach, renews with Chantava

ŁKS hire Slovenian setter Mori, extend with Polish league Best Blocker Alagierska

The 2016 Rio Olympics Best Opposite Hitter Slöetjes signs with Scandicci

June 15:

Novara hire Slovenian opposite Mlakar

June 14:

Imoco announce contract renewal with Sylla

Camila Brait stays with Osasco for 12th straight season

June 13:

- Nurmon Jymy, a team from Finland, have signed a player from Gonzaga University. It’s Perry Ramsey, the 23-year old wing spiker.

- Rachele Morello has joined Novara Volley for the season 2019/2020.

- Evreux Volley has signed the Serbian player Marija Vujnovic

June 12:

Developres contract 9 players, extend with 3

June 11:

Turkish top division debutants PTT reinforced by Peruvian star Leyva

June 10:

Imoco confirm contract extensions with De Gennaro and Folie

Praia return one of their standouts in winning 2018 Superliga Walewska and sign 5 more players

Stuttgart busily work on composing squad – 6 newcomers

Novara engage 2 ex-Italy national team members

June 9:

Sesc hire 8 newcomers, including Tandara and Fabíola

June 7:

Casalmaggiore add current Champions League winner Camera to their roster

June 6:

Two new players in Eczacibasi

Tifanny will stay in Bauru for another season

Monza engage a current CEV Cup winner Meijners

Former Cuba national team member Salas signs with Chemik

June 5:

Several offers have arrived for Cansu Aydinollari

June 3:

Libero leaves Fenerbahce after 8 years to join Besiktas

Dinamo Kazan hire one the world’s best opposites Fabris

Imoco keep their captain Wołosz for one more season

Abbondanza is the new head coach of Bergamo

June 1:

Dutch national team duo Balkestein-Grothues and Plak signs with Aydın

May 30:

Silvana Chausheva continues a career in Italy

May 29:

Brakočević-Canzian replaces Egonu in Novara

May 27: 

Besiktas sign Eczacibasi's middle blocker

Neuchâtel sign American middle blocker and extend with national league top scorer

May 26:

The 3 big signings in Imoco: Egonu, Sorokaite and Ogbogu

World champion Stevanović on Scandicci roster for one more season

May 25:

Sheilla returns to professional volleyball after 3 years, signs for Minas

Polish titleholders ŁKS extend with a quartet of players

Novara sign Vasileva and renew with Chirichella

French Championship best scorer continues her career in Mulhouse

May 24:

Millenium Brescia have signed a player from NCAA

Fenerbahçe agree to contract extensions with 9 players

May 23:

A new head coach has arrived in Chemik Police

A longtime Brazil national team member Mari Paraíba joins Monza

May 22:

Nicola Negro is the new head coach of Itambé/Minas

Marcello Abbondanza and Chemik Police part ways

May 20:

Superliga runners-up Lokomotiv part ways with 3 players

May 19:

Dani Lins and Wilhite new arrivals at Sesi Bauru

May 17:

Polish setter Skorupa moves to Monza

May 16:

Antiga find himself the first ever female team to coach - Developres

VakıfBank welcome Isabelle Haak to the club

Minas form foreign duo for 2019/20 - Venezuelan and American outside hitters

May 13:

VakıfBank sign 2 players from their big rivals Eczacıbaşı

Kosheleva continues career in China

The Dutch national team player Beliën strengthens Galatasaray

Natália joins Eczacıbaşı, Lloyd signs as well

May 11:

Adenízia extends with Scandicci, Bosetti stays as well

May 9: 

Eczacibasi extend contracts with three more players

May 8:

Eczacıbaşı and Larson officially part ways, 4 players back to the club from loans

May 7:

Zhu, Robinson, Slöetjes and Di Iulio officially leave VakıfBank

The Dutch national team duo Plak - Daalderop on the radar of VakıfBank

Jana Kulan extends with Toray

Minas have signed Thaisa Menezes

May 6: 

Zhu Ting is returning to China

 

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WOMEN'S TRANSFERS 2019/2020:

*** - Transfer Rumors! Players that have *** in front of their names are only rumored to join or to leave the mentioned club. To read full articles, please visit our TRANSFER RUMORS section. To follow confirmed transfers click on DONE DEALS section. Also, check out the WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL TRANSFERS 2019/2020.

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VAKIFBANK

SIGNINGS: ; DEPARTURES: ; ROSTER: ; COACH: ;

ECZACIBASI 

SIGNINGS: ; DEPARTURES: Kilicli; ROSTER: ; COACH: ;

FENERBAHCE

SIGNINGS: Naz, Mihajlovic, Robinson, Sarioglu; DEPARTURES: ; ROSTER: Naz, Mihajlovic, Robinson, Sarioglu; COACH: Terzic;

GALATASARAY

SIGNINGS: ; DEPARTURES: ; ROSTER: ; COACH: ;

IMOCO VOLLEY

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NOVARA

SIGNINGS: Moreno; ; DEPARTURES: ; ROSTER: Moreno; COACH: Barbolini;

SCANDICCI

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MINAS

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OSASCO

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PRAIA CLUBE

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SESC RJ

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DINAMO MOSCOW

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DINAMO KAZAN

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LOKOMOTIV KALININGRAD

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URALOCHKA

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LKS LODZ

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BUDOWLANI LODZ

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CHEMIK POLICE

SIGNINGS: ; DEPARTURES: ; ROSTER: ; COACH: Ferhat Akbas;

RZESZOW

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SC SCHWERINER

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RC CANNES

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LE CANNET

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