The owner of the Moscow football club “Spartak” Leonid Fedun has denied information to the media about disagreements with the head coach of the Italian Massimo Carrera about the transfers, which the latter allegedly intends to leave the red-white camp.

Previously portal “Cempionatam” reported that the Italian specialist impose unnecessary newcomers.

“Someone intentionally throws the information to undermine the team. Information about Carrere – this is nonsense”, – quotes the words of the Russian “Sport-Express”.

According to the portal, Carrera became angry and threatened voluntary leaving from “Spartaka” after not agreed with him acquiring the goalkeeper Muscovites Perm “Amkar” Alexander Selikhova.

In addition, the club was in talks with midfielder of “Locomotive” Alexei Miranchuk, in which the tutor is also not interested.

It was alleged that earlier in the week, the coach wrote a letter to Leonid Fedun, demanding to send Selikhova to rent in “Amkar” to the end of the season, and all further transfers to agree with him. Otherwise, the Italians threatened to leave the club at the end of the first half of the season.

Massimo Carrera has appeared in “spartake” this summer and joined the staff of Dmitry Alenicheva, and then changed that to the coaching staff. When the Italian red-white has taken the lead in the standings of the Premier League.

The owner of “Spartak” has denied rumors of a conflict with the head coach of the club 24.11.2016

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