Russian Premier league has been dealt with a blow after the loss ofQuincy Promes from Spartak Moscow. The Dutch international has decided to move to La Liga outfit Sevilla and he has been able to convince the Russian Premier league team to sell – even when his contract runs for the next three years at the least. The 26-year-old was the top scorer for Spartak Moscow last season and his departure is a major blow for the club. This does spell good news for the likes of Dynamo Moscow, who will be looking to take advantage of with some impressive set of results in the league.
It is expected that the move back to mainstream European football will helpPromes get more prominence with regards to the Dutch national team. He has made 28 appearances for Holland with five goals to his name. “Taking into consideration Promes’ desire to test his skills in one of the world’s strongest leagues and his huge contribution into the red-white club’s success, Spartak management accepted the offer of Sevilla,” said a statement from Spartak Moscow.