Hendrix’s role in Spartak Moscow appears to be over, ‘refused to move to MLS’

Hendrix's role in Spartak Moscow appears to be over, 'refused to move to MLS'

Gurit Hendrix left PSV last year for Spartak Moscow in good spirits, but the midfielder is rarely used in the Russian capital. The Dutchman could have left for Major League Soccer this transfer window, but he wasn’t interested in that.

That reports are usually good input Sport Express. Hendrix could have left for the United States for 800 thousand euros, but the midfielder himself put an end to this transfer. The club that was involved, but Sport Express unknown. The broker asked Hendrix briefly about his situation. “Will I stay with Spartak? Why are you asking this question? I just got back from vacation and I’m getting ready for the new season.”

Hendrix’s future is a topic of discussion in the Russian media. The Dutchman is in the interest of Antalspor and Khimki, but this has not yet become concrete. Hendrix’s contract in Moscow will run until the summer of 2024, but future prospects appear to be lacking. Meanwhile, Spartak has reached an agreement with Krylia Sovetov Samara on a transfer from Daniil Protsev, just like Hendrix, a defensive midfielder.

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