Ex-player of CSKA and Spartak called Medina a guest worker

Ex-player of CSKA and Spartak Masalitin said that Medina will not leave a mark on any of the Moscow teams

Former CSKA and Spartak football player Valery Masalitin criticized midfielder Jesús Medina for his desire to make money. His words are reported by the Bookmaker Rating.

“Medina is a man without a name, without a tribe. He is not a graduate of CSKA. The guest worker just came to earn money. Wherever they gave more, there he went.

He said that he would only play in CSKA. But then they offered twice as much money – the man forgot himself and ran. What respect can be for him? None.

There used to be coven workers, now guest workers. Such people did not leave traces in CSKA and will not leave in Spartak,” said Masalitin.

According to insider Ivan Karpov, the red-whites will pay about €6 million for the transfer of the Paraguayan midfielder and send one more in the form of bonuses. According to the source, Medina’s salary at Spartak will double: from €800,000 to €1.6 million.

On July 10, Spartak introduced Jesus Medina as a team player. The midfielder took the number 19.

Medina made 25 appearances for CSKA last season in the Russian Premier League (RPL), scoring eight goals and providing six assists.

Earlier, CSKA player Rocha answered whether he represents his transition to Zenit or Spartak.

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