05. 08. 2019

UAE M: Former Italy national team member Savani will play in Dubai next season

Source: emmavillasvolley.com; Photo: instagimg.com

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Famous Italian male Volleyball player Cristian Savani has chosen another exotic destination in which he will continue his professional career.

 

A 2-time CEV European Championship winner with Italy national team, Savani, will play in the United Arab Emirates next season.

Knowing that he has always been attracted to adventures in exotic countries, the latest choice of a 37-year-old outside hitter did not come as a surprise - he will compete for Shabab Al Ahli in the championship of Dubai in the 2019/20 season, the club for which he played last season, Emma Villas Siena, announced.

Thus, after having played in China (MVP in 2015), Qatar, and Lebanon, the former Italy national team member set off an Asian adventure No.4.

 

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

 

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