The lid has been blown off contract details in the loan agreement that took former Super Eagles’ winger, Victor Moses from Chelsea of England to Spartak Moscow of Russia, where one of the East European club’s top shots has provided fresh insight into terms of the agreement.
Megasportsarena.com can report that this is sequel to vastly revealing words from a general director at the Moscow-based former club of Emmanuel Emenike, Shamil Gazizov, who revealed that his team paid a loan fee of 300,000 euro to Chelsea with the option to buy the Nigerian permanently at five million euro.
He added that a female Russian-Canadian director with the team, Marina Granovskaia also played a key role in the transfer of Moses to the Russian Premier League club last month, at a point it had been feared that the versatile winger may not be able to join a new team on a temporary basis until January 2021.
The deal, though, pulled through with the transfer window already shut in most of top leagues in Europe and worries already widespread that Moses would stay put at Stamford Bridge, but Gazizov has now disclosed that the winger-cum-wing-back owes gratitude to the woman widely regarded as ‘The Iron Lady.’
She is also known as the most powerful woman in football and Gazizov has now affirmed that it was Granovskaia that convinced Moses to join Spartak few days before the close of the summer transfer window in Russia as well.
Gazizov said in a report by Sport Express: “Football people helped us make this transfer. But my communication with Granovskaia went directly. We discussed all the details with her. She helped us convince Moses. Many thanks to her; she played a big role here.
“She helped Spartak. And I thank her again for that. For us, everything worked out within the limits of the amounts that we pledged. The loan cost 300 thousand euro and option to buy will be 5 million.
“If he plays a certain number of matches, and if we achieve a certain result, we have the opportunity to buy him. It is also possible not to buy Moses. But when Victor and I talked, his main desire was to find a club.”