The reigning champion of the VELUX EHF Men’s Champions League is building the team for the future: On Wednesday evening THW Kiel announced the transfer of Marko Vujin. The 25 year old Serbian international, who’s currently playing for Hungarian top club MKB Veszprém will join the “Zebra squad” in 2012. Left handed player Vujin signed a three contract from 2012 to 2015 for the German record champion.
Currently Vujin is leading the top scorer’s ranking of the VELUX EHF Men’s Champions League with 29 goals in three matches. He arrived in Veszprém 2006 from Dunaferr. “We’re absolutely happy that we signed Marko Vujin,” THW’s manager Uli Derad said, “as we work on a successful future – and Vujin has a great future ahead.” In Kiel Vujin will meet a Serbian national team mates: Momir Ilic and Milutin Dragicevic.
Vujin began his career in Sintelon – Backa Palanka, former Cup winner in Yugoslavia (2000). From 2003, he moved to Hungary.
He played for Serbia at WC 2009 in Croatia, but missed EURO 2010 due knee injury in October 2009 (“Panon Cup” in Balatonfured).