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02. 02. 2017

Transfers 2016/2017

RUS M: Another player leaves Dinamo Krasnodar and moves to Turkey


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Receiver Ivan Komarov has decided to terminate contract with Dinamo Krasnodar due to unpaid wages.


Dinamo Krasnodar are in the biggest financial crisis since founding the team.

The current situation is unacceptable. We were told that “Rosneft” have brought some money to the club. It turned out that there were no funds. Then, they said that we should wait at least until February 10th. But, the tranche of 70 million rubles (more than 1,000,000 euros) from other companies won’t cover the debts to the players and staff. Transfer window is open until 15th February. The situation about players is not clear yet,” says Komarov.

It is still unknown where Komarov is going to continue career, but source has confirmed that he picked Turkey.

Recall that Nalobin and Panteleymonenko have already left the team.


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