Moscow football club “Spartak” is ready to sell or lease four players – forward Georgy Melkadze, as well as midfielders Alexander Lomovitsky, Ayaz Guliyev and Artem Timofeev. This was announced on Wednesday, August 5, by TASS with reference to the general director of the club, Shamil Gazizov.
According to him, the decision on the above players was made jointly with the coaching staff. Gazizov noted that these players are not the backbone of Spartak. At the same time, Gazizov noted that all players are strong and will be able to strengthen any team, writes NSN.
Lomovitsky, Melkadze and Timofeev in the 2019/20 Tinkoff Russian Premier League played on loan for Arsenal Tula, Tambov and Krylya Sovetov Samara, respectively. When asked about the future in the club of the attacking group players Resiuan Mirzov and Maxim Glushenkov, Gazizov said that while they were in the team.
Some have injuries, some have certain questions with our vision of their future. That today they are not assistants – at this very moment. Although they are all very strong players, they can strengthen any team, “RT quotes Gazizov.
In addition, Gazizov spoke about the main goal of the team, which the athletes will have to fulfill in the new season. In his opinion, the most important and necessary is the conquest of the title.
“I’m not afraid of anything, and the Spartak team is not afraid of anything! We need to understand that we should not have other goals, except for taking the title, ”- the website kp.ru quotes the words of the general director of the club.
In the championship of Russia, which ended at the end of July, “Spartak” took seventh place in the standings. In the first round of the new season, the red and white houses will play against Sochi. The meeting will take place on August 8, the game starts at 20:00 Moscow time.
Earlier Gazizov said that the financial side of the issue was not the main topic during negotiations with striker Alexander Kokorin. Spartak officially announced Kokorin’s arrival in the team on August 2. The long-term contract was signed according to the “3 + 1” scheme.