'It's like stealing' - Ex-club chief suggests Spartak underpaid to sign Moses


'It's like stealing' - Ex-club chief suggests Spartak underpaid to sign Moses

Former Spartak Moscow president Andrei Chervichenko has challenged The Red-Whites' transfer fee for Victor Moses.

Following their qualification for the Champions League, the Russian Premier League giants are on the verge of confirming the permanent acquisition of the former Nigeria international after the mandatory buyout option of five million euros was triggered.

Chervichenko believes Moses is a stronger player than Quincy Promes, who was signed for ten million euros and is about the same age as the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner.


              "The club buys Promes for ten million dollars and pays him four million," Chervichenko told Sport Express.

              "Is Moses becoming less useful?" In my view, more. Buying him for 5 million dollars is a wonderful deal; it's almost like cheating.

              "In view of recent events, Spartak should purchase Moses." Is it necessary to activate for second place? This means Spartak was fortunate, and Gazizov did an excellent job."

              Chervichenko thinks Moses would be an excellent addition to the Spartak Moscow team, emphasizing his offensive abilities.

              "Moses is a real flank threat, a real attack escalation." "I believe he will contribute to the team for a few more years."

              During his nine-year stint with Chelsea, Moses had loan spells at Liverpool, Stoke City, West Ham, and Fenerbahce.

              DON'T MISS:

              Post a Comment