The former coach of Spartak spoke about the extension of Lokomotiv’s contract with Dzyuba.

Raul Riancho, former head coach of Spartak Moscow, spoke about the fact that Lokomotiv extended his contract with Artem Dzyuba. His words were reported by Metaratings.ru.

“Dzyuba is a great striker. Riancho, I didn’t watch Lokomotiv’s games but his performance didn’t surprise me,” he said.

The striker and Lokomotiv have signed a new contract with the possibility of an extension for another year for a one-year period until the summer of 2024.

In February, he signed a six-month contract with Lokomotiv. Before that, he played for Adana Demirspor in Turkey. He spent only a few months there.

After returning to the RPL, Dziuba recorded eight goals and four assists in nine games. Lokomotiv’s top goal scorer this season. He did not appear in the team’s last two matches in the Russian championship.

Having collected 39 points two weeks before the end of the championship, Lokomotiv is in the ninth place in the ranking.

Former football player Dmitry Sennikov judicial Dzyubu is an integral part of Lokomotiv.



Source: Gazeta

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