Clubs run the risk of not getting a penny for the players from their sale. We’ve rounded up the top five potential league losses that could happen anytime soon.
FIFA’s innovation is a perfect fit for Jordan Larsson, who has confidently stated several times in recent months that he will not be returning to Russia. Now Spartak will almost certainly not only not recover the four million euros spent on the striker in 2019, but also will not make money on it, although Larsson is currently valued at about 11 million euros.
Photo: FC Rostov
Another Swedish football alumnus who can leave completely free of charge, but this case is very different from Larsson. If “Spartak” does not lose much from the departure of Larsson (because of his last terrible season), then “Rostov” needs to catch on with all his might and persuade Hadzhikadunich to stay.
Dennis ended up on the Don at the age of 19, and the entire transfer cost the Rostovites about one million euros, but the defender progressed so quickly that there were even rumors about interest in him from the Bundesliga and Serie A. Then the European media claimed that Rostov was ready give the leader of the defense only for 10 million euros.
With Sochi in 2023, the contracts of four players at once expire, but specifically it is worth highlighting not Angban, Cassier and even Noboa, but Rodrigao. A year ago, the southerners miraculously signed a very cool Brazilian defender, who immediately became one of the best in his position. Fedotov’s departure, the loss of the club’s leaders and other not-so-positive news may encourage Rodrigao to leave Russia.
The 23-year-old Slovenian defender, after returning from loan to Hannover, improved a lot and became a key figure in the formations of the Berezutsky brothers. The defense of CSKA famously added along with Yaka and most likely that the newly minted head coach Vladimir Fedotov is also counting on Biyol, but it is possible that the player will want to leave. The absence of CSKA in European competition is a serious argument, especially if other serious European clubs are interested in you. Surely, with a good offer, the Slovene will not return to Moscow.
Photo: FC Dynamo
It is unlikely that Dynamo will be able to sell the 29-year-old Uruguayan defender for a lot of money in the future, but if Guillermo Varela leaves Dynamo, this will be a serious blow to the game balance of the RPL bronze medalists. The former Manchester United player in Russia has become one of the best right-backs in the league, along with Mario Fernandez, Karavaev, Moses and other players of this role. The impetus for leaving Dynamo for Varela could be the departure of Sandro Schwartz.