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Breaking: Nenadic to Veszprém in January

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Written by: Rasmus Boysen

The Serbian national player Petar Nenadic joins Telekom Veszprém in January.

Already in early October rumors about Petar Nenadic replacing Aron Palmarsson, who has joined FC Barcelona, in the Hungarian top club Telekom Veszprém in January occured (read more here). Now, the transfer deal between Veszprém and Füchse Berlin have been agreed. Füchse Berlin has already signed the replacement of Petar Nenadic, the Croatian national player of RK Zagreb, Stipe Mandalinic (read more here).

Press release from Telekom Veszprém:

Nenadic in Veszprém from January!
The Serbian playmaker has signed a 2 and a half year contract with the Hungarian record champion.

Petar Nenadic will continue his career in Telekom Veszprém from 1 January 2018. The playmaker, capable of playing as left back signed a contract that lasts until 30 June 2020.

Nenadic was born on 28 June 1986 in Belgrade. He started his career in Crvena Zvezda where he won the Serbian championship twice. In 2007 the Spanish Algeciras BM signed him, from where after half a year he went to FC Barcelona. Between 2008 and 2010 we was a player of Pick Szeged then from 2010 till 2012 he played in the Danish side TTH Holstebro. After that he played two seasons with Wisla Plock where he was a runner up in the Polish league twice. Füchse Berlin signed him in 2014. With Berlin he won the EHF Cup in 2015 and the Super Globe in Qatar.

In 2012 Serbia hosted the European Championships where he won silver medal in the colors of the hosting country.

Petar has grown into one of the best players of the Bundesliga over the years. Nothing proves that better than the player with 198 cm height and 80 kg weight became the top scorer of the German championship in 2015/16.

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