Rimo Hunt might be on a flight back to Estonia any time soon.
The local Akim (head of the akimat, the local municipality – a mayor) has not been pleased with the Kaysar Kyzylorda’s results and, according to our sources in Kazakhstan, he is planning to reduce the players’ wages.
If he were to take this decision, some players might reportedly leave the club, especially the foreigners.
Rimo Hunt might be among these. In addition to having his salary reduced, he has lost his place to Bosnian striker Edin Junuzovic.
Yesterday Kaysar managed to beat former Champions League play-off wonder Shakhter Kharagandy (currently bottom of the table) 2-0 with the second goal scored by the same Junuzovic.
The win was a breath of oxygen for Rimo’s coach, Dmitri Ogai, whose job is in danger weekend after weekend. Hunt entered the pitch in injury time.
There are several Estonian internationals who might return to Estonia or leave their clubs.
Hannes Anier, who has been without a club for 6 months, has been training with FC Flora.
Artjom Artjunin has left FC Brasov also for financial reasons (the club has not been playing salaries for months) and he didn’t exclude he might return to FC Levadia. Martin Vunk returned to Estonia after Indonesian Premier League was suspended and Persija Jakarta offered a salary reduction to all his players. He was contacted by several clubs but he hasn’t yet made up his mind.
Ragnar Klavan confirmed he is happy at Augsburg where he has another couple of years of contract however, he did not deny that there's interest towards him from elsewhere. 'The question is whether they are ready to pay for the transfer sum or not,' concluded Klavan in an interview to Estonian Television. We identified this sum around 7-8 million euros in our analysis.
Konstantin Vassiljev has been a great protagonist of Piast Gliwice relegation pool games scoring three goals in the last four. However, his contract at the Polish club is not renewed yet. Everything will depend on Piast reaching safety at the end of season, declared the Estonian midfielder to the local press.
Frank Liivak might play in Segunda B already with his current club (Alcobendas Sport) if he were to win the play-offs against CD Gerena (from Sevilla area). Alcobendas Sport have won the first leg (1-0) and are awaited by the second one today in Gerena (a full story about Liivak’s transfer to Alcobendas Sport, club owned by powerful Argentine football agent, Gustavo Mascardi, is available here).
Igor Morozov has still one-year contract with Debreceni. Due to a health problem, his season is already over. 'I have a contract and I am their player,' told Morozov to Soccernet.ee 'what is in their plans I am not able to say.'