Spartak Moscow responds

Quincy Promes is back in Russia. The attacker of Spartak Moscow is suspected of being involved in a stabbing. The prosecutor‘s office wants to prosecute Promes, but Spartak’s club management has little to do with that information.
Promes would have been involved in a stabbing last July. As long as it is not clear what is going to happen, Spartak will not be able to comment on the situation. โ€œThere is a trial that has not yet been completed,โ€ says Managing Director Yevgeny Melezhikov to Sport-Express. โ€œI think the situation is the same as six months ago. Promes is not working on this at all, he focuses on football.โ€
Also PR director Anton Fetisov of Spartak was asked about the Promes situation. A storm in a glass of water, he thinks. โ€œThe news doesn‘t show that they involve Promes in anything. It says that the prosecutor is obliged to initiate an investigation. As long as the results of the study are unknown, there’s nothing to say. The news sucked out of the thumb. Quincy has returned to Spartak by now.โ€
It is not clear what news Fetisov refers to. Several Dutch media reported at the end of last week that the prosecution promes, contrary to what Fetisov claims.