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Transfers to the RPL that are about to happen

Date: July 23, 2024 Time: 02:06:17

The transfer window in Russia will open on June 14 and will run until September 5. But we already know about some transfers: Loko acquired Dmitry Vorobyov from Orenburg, Sergei Pesyakov traded Rostov for Samara, and in St. Petersburg they are now thinking about what to do with Wilson Isidore.

In addition, several larger transactions should take place in the near future. Although this is not entirely common: as a rule, clubs postpone major transfers until July-August. But not at this moment.

Maxim Glushenkov: Lokomotiv → Zenit (5 million euros)

Maxim Glushenkov

Photo: Dmitry Golubovich, “Championship”

According to the championship, the agreement between the clubs is about to be closed. In St. Petersburg, this player is already considered one of their own, although Loko, according to some sources, at the last moment is still trying to overcome the financial conditions that the current champions offered to the player. The figure of 5 million euros should not be misleading. It surely does not include an agent’s commission or signing bonus for the footballer.

Not only Zenit was interested in Glushenkov. It was reported that Spartak wanted to acquire a footballer. There were probably consultations with European clubs, but Maxim already outlined his priorities a long time ago. He had previously said that he would not go to a middle-class club or an external club, not even to a top-level championship.

We are talking about transfers that have already occurred:

Loko found a replacement for Dzyuba, Zenit bought the forward. Which RPL transfers have already been made

Andrey Lunev: “Qarabag” → “Dynamo” M (free agent)

Andrei Lunev

Photo: Getty Images

According to journalist Ivan Karpov, the former Zenit, Bayer and Qarabag goalkeeper moves to the Moscow club as a free agent. Previously, he did not renew his contract with the Azerbaijan club and made returning to Russia a priority. Lunev’s salary at the Moscow club will be around 1.2 million euros per year. And the signing of the contract is scheduled for next week. By the way, in addition to Lunev, Dynamo spoke with Ilya Pomazun and Evgeniy Latyshonok, but the final choice has already been made.

It was reported that there was interest in Andrey, including from Zenit: the club contacted the player, but did not make an official offer. Thus, the 32-year-old goalkeeper, who showed excellent statistics in the last Europa League, is leaving for Moscow.

Anton Zabolotny: CSKA → Khimki (free agent)

Anton Zabolotny

Photo: Dmitry Golubovich, “Championship”

According to the Championship, on Wednesday the striker underwent a medical examination to move to Khimki. The club offered him a two-year contract with a salary of 3 million rubles per month + bonuses. At the same time, Zabolotny has not yet signed the agreement, as he is at the same time discussing the possibility of an extension with CSKA. The army team has not yet finally withdrawn from the negotiations, but Anton’s decision will probably depend on the proposed conditions.

By the way, it is possible that Khimki will try to sign Rifat Zhemaletdinov, who is currently talking with CSKA, but also has an offer from a club near Moscow.

Evgeniy Latyshonok: Baltika → Zenit (10 million rubles)

Evgeniy Latyshonok

Photo: Dmitry Golubovich, “Championship”

The first information about the goalkeeper’s probable departure to Zenit appeared approximately a month ago. Then Krasnodar, Dynamo and Spartak allegedly claimed Latyshonok. But now, according to Ivan Karpov, the final decision has already been made. Zenit activated the player’s purchase option for 10 million rubles, which came into effect after Baltika was relegated from the elite. According to RB Sport, Evgeniy will soon sign a four-year contract with the St. Petersburg team.

While the reigning champions have captured the market:

It’s time for Zenit’s competitors to wake up. Otherwise, the champion will take over everyone in the transfer market.

Benjamin Garre: Wings of the Soviets → Krasnodar (up to 8 million euros)

Benjamin Garre

Photo: Dmitry Golubovich, “Championship”

The first big transfer of the runners-up could be the invitation of the Wings leader. According to Ivan Karpov, Krasnodar is in an advanced stage of transfer negotiations with the player’s team, who this season has scored nine goals and provided three assists in 20 games. However, no official proposal has yet been received in Samara. They are also willing to consider offers even lower than 8 million euros, that is, the price announced in winter.

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