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TOP 100 handball transfers before season 2019/2020

The new handball season began last weekend with the first matches of German Bundesliga 2019/2020. Traditionally, at the beginning of every season, Handball-Planet.com brings the list of TOP 100 handball transfers for the upcoming 10 months to make an overview of handball transfer market.

In the opinion of our team, the biggest transfer for the season 2018/2019 was move of the Danish playmaker Rasmus Lauge Schmidt, who decided to get some new experience in Veszprem after taking two German Bundesliga titles with SG Flensburg Handewitt.

Like in a year before, transfer of Luka Cindric (now from Kielce to Barca) is on the second place.

TOP 40 HANDBALL TRANSFERS 2019/2020:

    1. 1. Rasmus Lauge Schmidt (playmaker, SG Flensburg Handewitt – Telekom Veszprem)
    1. 2. Luka Cindrić (playmaker, PGE Vive Kielce – Barça Lassa)
    1. 3. Uwe Gensheimer (left wing, Paris St. Germain – Rhein Neckar Lowen)
    1. 4. Andreas Wolff (goalkeeper, THW Kiel – PGE Vive Kielce)
    1. 5. Igor Karacić (playmaker, HC Vardar – PGE Vive Kielce)
    1. 6. Dejan Milosavljev (goalkeeper, Vardar Skopje/MKD – Fuchse Berlin)
    1. 7. Vincent Gerard (goalkeeper, Montpellier – PSG Handball)
    1. 8. Roland Mikler (goalkeeper, Telekom Veszprém – Pick Szeged)
    1. 9. Marin Sego (goalkeeper, Pick Szeged – Montpellier HB)
    1. 10. Rogerio Moraes Ferreira (line-player, HC Vardar – Telekom Veszprem)
    1. 11. Romain Lagarde (left back, HBC Nantes – Rhein Neckar Lowen)
    1. 12. Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson (left wing, Rhein Neckar Lowen – Paris St. Germain)
    1. 13. Vuko Borozan (left back, HC Vardar – Telekom Veszprem)
    1. 14. José de Toledo (right back, Orlen Wisla Plock – RK Vardar)
    1. 15. Michal Jurecki (left back, KS Vive Kielce – SG Flensburg Handewitt)
    1. 16. Kai Hafner (right back,TSV Hannover Burgdorf – MT Melsungen)
    1. 17. Vladimir Cupara (goalkeeper, PGE Vive Kielce – Telekom Veszprem)
    1. 18. Nicolas Claire (HBC Nantes – AIX)
    1. 19. Rene Toft Hansen (Telekom Veszprem – Benfica SL)
    1. 20. Dario Quenstedt (goalkeeper, SC Magdeburg – THW Kiel)
    1. 21. Ivan Martinovic (VfL Gummersbach – TSV Hannover Burgdorf)
    1. 22. Mohamed Mamdouh (Montpellier – Dinamo Bucuresti)
    1. 23. Gilberto Duarte (FC Barcelona – Montpellier)
    1. 24. Luka Stepancic (PSG Handball – Pick Szeged)
    1. 25. Kamil Syprzak (FCB Handbol – PSG Handball)
    1. 26. Pavel Atman (TSV Hannover Burgdorf – RK Vardar)
    1. 27. Emil Nielsen (Skjern – HBC Nantes)
    1. 28. Filip Kuzmanovski (Eurofarm Rabotnik/MKD – SC Magdeburg)
    1. 29. Carsten Lichtlein (VfL Gummersbach – HC Erlangen)
    1. 30. Mads Christiansen (SC Magdeburg – Aalborg)
    1. 31. Michaël Guigou (Montpellier – USAM Nimes)
    1. 32. Yahia Omar Khaled (Zamalek HC – Telekom Veszprem)
    1. 33. Senjamin Buric (RK PPD Zagreb – HBC Nantes)
    1. 34. Urh Kastelic (goalkeeper, RK PPD Zagreb – Frisch Auf Goppingen)
    1. 35. Tomasz Gebala (Orlen Wisla Plock – PGE Vive Kielce)
    1. 36. Hugo Descat (Dinamo Bucuresti – Montpellier)
    1. 37. Bogdan Radivojevic (right wing, Rhein Neckar Lowen – Pick Szeged)
    1. 38. Sime Ivic (HC Meshkov – HC Erlangen)
    1. 39. Jakov Vrankovic (Tatabanya – Dinamo Bucuresti)
    1. 40. Marin Sipic (Nexe /CRO – RK PPD Zagreb)

 

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