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One of Asia’s top talents is leaving for the RPL. For the sake of CSKA, he refused a member of the European Cup

Date: July 24, 2024 Time: 05:54:59

One of Asia’s top talents is leaving for the RPL. For the sake of CSKA, he refused a member of the European Cup

Nikita Paglazov July 29, 2023, 11:00 Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

Will the 19-year-old striker follow Shomurodov’s path?

It looks like CSKA’s summer transfer campaign is finally getting started. According to the “Championship”, the army team will sign the striker from Tashkent “Pakhtakor” Abbosbek Fayzullaev. The agreement with the player will be concluded according to the “3 + 1” scheme. According to Championat.Asia, the player will cost the Muscovites €500,000, despite the fact that Transfermarkt estimates Faizullaev (Messi with Ronaldo) at €750,000. Let’s get to know Fayzullaev a little closer.

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Abbosbek is a student of the Tashkent “Pakhtakor”. While still speaking in the club’s academy, he was called up to the Uzbekistan youth team. In May 2021, Faizullaev made his debut for the Pakhtakor main team, as well as the youth national team. In nine games for the club, he did not score once, spending a total of 280 minutes on the pitch. For the next season, Abbosbek has already established himself in the base of Pakhtakor: he played 26 games, scored eight goals and gave two assists. He also played for Uzbekistan in the U-23 Asian Cup in 2022. At the end of the year, he was awarded the title of “Young Star” by the local football federation.

Abbosbek Fayzullaev with the 2023 U-20 Asian Cup Best Player Award

Photo: Zhizhao Wu/Getty Images

In the Uzbekistan championship in 2023, Fayzullaev has six games in which he has scored two goals and provided one assist. In June, Abbosbek made his debut for the country’s main team: 17 minutes before the end of the match, he faced Oman (3:0). In the second meeting with Tajikistan (5: 1), the striker scored his debut goal for the national team, also after a change. At the U20 Asian Cup, the Uzbekistan youth team won, and Fayzullaev became the MVP of the tournament. CSKA noticed the talented youngster and decided to bring Abbosbek to him.

“Negotiations are underway at the final stage. We don’t want to let him go, but Fayzullaev does. If the player says: “I want!” – We won’t keep it. For us, this is the loss of a player. He is the main player of the team and the selection. Fayzullaev is young, he just shone, he has excellent field vision and great prospects. He is definitely good. We understand that at CSKA he will be the second or third player to fill the position and come on as a substitute. The player is eager, he thinks, he will play, and we have constant game practice – this is growth for a young player. CSKA is a solid club, but no matter how it got lost there… There was interest from Fenerbahce, but the player didn’t want to. Therefore, the proposal was not considered. Only from CSKA”, Sport24 quotes the general director of Pakhtakor, Dmitry Adisman.

Abbosbek Fayzullaev in Pakhtakor

Photo: Zhizhao Wu/Getty Images

Also, Vadim Abramov, former coach of the Uzbekistan national team, who now works at Dynamo Samarkand, shared his opinion about the newcomer to CSKA in an interview with Vse Pro Sport: “Fayzullaev is a very talented and promising guy. Not high, but there is speed and dribbling. He boldly goes to blow, he makes the correct and non-standard decisions. He has all the qualities to grow and be a good soccer player. Another thing is that football in Russia is quite strong. It all depends on how the partners will play, what requirements Fedotov will have for him. If Fayzullaev manages to play for CSKA, he may be sold to Europe even in the absence of European Cups. The Russian Championship is also a good poster. I think European breeders watch RPL matches. In any case, Russia is Europe. Shomurodov did not play for Rostov in European competition, but moved to Roma. If Fayzullaev shows himself well, he too will leave.

Abbosbek will become the 49th player from Uzbekistan in RPL history. Now three of his compatriots play in the league: Rustam Ashurmatov and Umarali Rakhmonaliev (both Rubin), as well as Ibrokhimkhalil Yuldoshev (Pari NN). The most famous representatives of Uzbekistan in the RPL are Mirjalol Kasymov (Alania), Vitaly Denisov (CSKA, Lokomotiv, Wings of the Soviets and Rubin), Odil Akhmedov (Anji, Krasnodar) and Eldor Shomurodov (“Rostov”). There were also naturalized Russians in the Uzbekistan national team. Those with the highest status are Lokomotiv legends Vladimir Maminov and Oleg Pashinin.

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