Spartak player Sobolev fined for tinting his car 09:00

Spartak Moscow’s Russian forward Alexander Sobolev was fined for tinting the windows of his Gelendvagen car. This was reported by the Telegram channel Puree.

According to the source, law enforcement stopped the forward on July 2. For thick black film on the side windows, Sobolev was fined 500 rubles. Now the actor needs to get rid of the tint, otherwise he will face 15 days of arrest.

According to media reports, Spartak and Zenit are negotiating for Sobolev’s transfer. Journalist Ivan Karpov reportedMuscovites are ready to part with the forward for 30 million euros, while the current champions of Russia are not ready to pay such an amount for the player – on July 9, RIA Novosti reported that Sobolev accepted this offer. On the terms offered by Zenit, the transfer should be completed within a few days.

Sobolev has been playing for Spartak since 2020. In total, he played 139 matches for the team, scored 58 goals and made 32 assists. His contract with the club runs until the summer of 2026. In the completed season of the Russian Championship, Sobolev played 27 matches and scored five goals.

Earlier, Sobolev was among the rumors of a transfer from Spartak to Zenit published fast.

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Source: Gazeta

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