|Aleksandra Khomenchuk is moving from Belarus to Turkey, where she will don a Kayseri Kaski spor singlet|
KAYSERI SIGN KHOMENCHUK AND KALTSIDOU
Kaltsidou has spent the last five campaigns playing in France with Tango Bourges, although she missed a considerable chunk of playing time after sustaining some serious injuries.
She made an impressive return to action earlier this year, but missed out on a place at the EuroLeague Women Final Eight in Ekaterinburg having been a replacement for the injured Johannah Leedham, who regained full fitness for the event.
One of the tallest players in European basketball, the center played in Minsk for four campaigns and averaged an impressive 15.4 points and 9.1 rebounds per game in EuroCup Women last season.
ISTANBUL UNIVERSITESI SIGN UP PARIS
A powerful force in the paint, Paris averaged an excellent season double-double of 14.7 points and 12.9 rebounds per game in EuroCup Women last year and also excelled domestically with a resounding 14.6 points and 12.1 boards per game in the TKBL.
|Turkey head coach Ceyhun Yildizoglu will return to Adana Botas nxt season|
ADANA BOTAS TURN BACK TO YILDIZOGLU
Adana Botas are being reunited with Ceyhun Yildizoglu after the Turkish national team head coach agreed to return to his former club.
The play-caller made a name for himself in Adana during the first part of his career, where he delivered success prior to moving to Mersin Buyuksehir where he spent a couple of campaigns.
He then also spent two seasons calling the plays at Galatasaray in EuroLeague Women, before heading back to Mersin.
Yildizoglu has not coached at club level this season, preferring to focus on preparations for the forthcoming FIBA World Championship for Women in September, which Turkey are hosting.
He has enjoyed unprecedented success in his role with the national team, taking his nation into unchartered waters by way of a historic silver medal at EuroBasket Women 2011 and a first-ever Olympic appearance a year later.
Yildizoglu also got Turkey back on the EuroBasket Women podium with a bronze last summer in France.
SERBIAN RISING STAR LANDS IN SOPRON
|Rising Serbian star Aleksandra Crvendakic has signed with Sopron|
The 18-year-old will join compatriots Sara Krnjic, head coach Igor Polenek and also Dragana Stankovic who she won bronze with at the U18 European Championship for Women, with both being included in the All-Tournament Team.
Crvendakic played for Crvena Zvezda, last season and averaged 15.5 points, 6.7 rebounds in the Serbian League.
Sopron have also inked Kayla McBride, a rising star on the other side of the Atlantic, having stood out with Notre Dame where she produced some terrific numbers. That led to her being drafted by the San Antonio Stars.
VILLNEUVE TIE UP AMANT AND SACKO
Villeneuve d'Ascq have continued making plans for the 2014-15 campaign after striking deals with two new arrivals in the shape of Fatimatou Sacko who will arrive from Basket Lattes Montpellier Agglomeration and center Marielle Amant who will join from Nantes Reze.