The Continental Hockey League (KHL) has announced that they will apply to the authorities that regulate player transfers due to the case of Latvian forward Miks Indrasis.
On Friday, July 29, the Continental Hockey League and Spartak club held a meeting about the contract status of hockey player Miks Indrashis. At the meeting, all the details of concluding a contract between the club and the hockey player were considered, as a result, it was decided to continue the work in this direction and to contact the authorities that regulate the transfer of players between the leagues. representative excerpts “Championship”.
On June 29, the Latvian striker signed a one-year contract with Spartak Moscow. It was later learned that due to this transfer, the player will not be called up to the national team of his country. After that, Indrashis said that he did not sign a contract with Spartak Moscow.
After the pressure at home, the hockey player decided to move to the German Schwenninger Wild Wings.
Indrashis previously played in Russia: for Dynamo from 2018 to 2020, for Traktor in 2021 and for Admiral in the 2021/22 season.
Previously at Spartak declarationHe will decide on the transition of Indrashis in the legal field.