Spartak Moscow, a Russian powerhouse, has denied rumors that Nigerian Victor Moses would leave the Russian Cup champions during the summer transfer season.
Since the beginning of the 2022–23 season, Moses has been in excellent shape for Spartak.
The 31-year-old has scored twice in three games while settling into his new position with the Russian team and Guille Abascal as manager. He has also assisted Spartak in accumulating seven points through the first three games.
The former Chelsea star has been linked with a move abroad, and with the new FIFA regulation allowing international footballers residing in Russia to suspend their contracts for one season, rumors that the Nigerian could be leaving the team continue to spread.
Russian publication Championat spoke with the club’s press officer, Dmitry Zelenov, who dismissed rumors that Moses would be leaving the team.
“You base your decisions on rumors. We observed Moses’ progress and his superb playing. Guillermo Abascal spoke extensively about Moses in the interview we published for today’s game, according to Zelenov, who spoke to Championat.
“We now want to discuss Moses from a football perspective. Moses is among the best in the RPL at his position, if not the best.
“We are pleased that Spartak has a player of this caliber. How long will he be a Spartak player? I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: we have no guarantees for any players, with the exception of the Russians, in the current situation. It might also interest you to read Neymar Will Be Put On Trial For Alleged Transfer Violations
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