The V-League Women’s FA (Free Agent) market is closed.
The Korean Volleyball Federation (KOVO) announced the results of the contract on the 22nd as the 2023 women’s FA negotiation period ended.
20 people qualified for free agency, but 5 people moved the enemy and the rest chose to stay.
The issue was Kim Yeon-kyung (Heungkuk Life Insurance). Having obtained his first free agency qualification as a professional player, a move to Hyundai E&C came to the surface, but he chose to stay. The total amount of remuneration for one year of his contract is 775 million won (475 million won in annual salary, 300 million won in options).
Korea Expressway Corporation, which had the most FA players, transferred two out of five. Outside hitter Park Jung-ah wore the uniform of the youngest team, Pepper Savings Bank, while breaking a ‘jackpot’ contract with a total compensation of 2.325 billion won for 3 years.
Middle blocker Jeong Dae-yeong made a nest at GS Caltex for a total of 300 million won (250 million won in salary, 50 million won in options) for a year. This is the 6th FA contract, the most tie-in in the women’s division, along with middle blocker Han Song-i (total value of 210 million won), who succeeded in renewing the contract with KGC Ginseng Corporation.
Hwang Min-kyung, an outside heater belonging to Hyundai E&C, signed a two-year contract with IBK Industrial Bank for a total annual salary of 450 million won (annual salary of 320 million won, option of 130 million won), and IBK Industrial Bank Kim Su-ji received a total of 310 million won. He moved his enemy to Heungkuk Life Insurance for 10,000 won (270 million won in annual salary, 40 million won in options). 스포츠토토
Chae Seon-ah, who was classified as a net resource, headed to Pepper Savings Bank for a total of 100 million won (annual salary of 90 million won, an option of 10 million won) at KGC Ginseng Corporation.
Among the five transfer students, three, including Park Jeong-ah, Kim Su-ji, and Hwang Min-kyung, are grade A (annual salary of 100 million won or more in the previous season), and Dae-young Jeong and Seon-ah Chae are in grade B (an annual salary of less than 100 million won or more than 50 million won in the previous season).
The club that recruited the A-class player must deliver the list of protected players (6 including FA recruited players) to the original club by noon on the 23rd. The original team is compensated by choosing ‘200% of the previous season’s annual salary and 1 compensation player other than the protected player’ or ‘300% of the previous season’s annual salary’ of the A-class free agent who left the team.
GS Caltex and Pepper Savings Bank, which recruited B-group players, pay 300% of the previous season’s annual salary to the original team.