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Debrecen wants to get rid of Morozov

Angelo PalmeriComment

With a 5-0 win against Györi ETO, Debreceni VSC secured a place in Europa League.

However, they might be starting season 2015-16 without Igor Morozov.

The Estonian international told to Soccernet.ee that he is not sure what the club’s plans are, however he has a contract with Debreceni (one more year) and deems himself a player at the club.

Morozov’s season was affected by injuries, the same reason why he did not take part into this game and will not be in the starting XI for the Cup final against Ferencvaros on Wednesday.

What future brings,’ added the central defender ‘we can understand after the season preparation.’ However, he might have it at another club.

According to Rumori sources, Debreceni VSC is looking to find another club for Igor Morozov and they are willing to let him go on a free agent after cancelling the existing contract.
A realistic move for the club Morozov became Hungarian Champion with in 2014 after moving from Poland (Polonia Warsaw) in summer 2013.
The management has realized that it will be hard to cash anything by selling a player who
has collected barely 11 appearances this season and only 7 full 90-minute games.

His wife, Inna Zlidnis, has recently turned out Hungarian Champion in the women top-flight with Ferencvaros.


No peace for Zenjov. After several years in Lviv (UKR) he is about to change another club in less than one year after the unlucky spells at Blackpool FC (ENG) and Torpedo Moscow (RUS)

No peace for Zenjov. After several years in Lviv (UKR) he is about to change another club in less than one year after the unlucky spells at Blackpool FC (ENG) and Torpedo Moscow (RUS)

There are several Estonian internationals who might return to Estonia or leave their clubs. We analyze the situation one by one.

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 will not play in Segunda B with his current club (Alcobendas Sport) as they lost the play-offs against CD Gerena (from Sevilla area) with a 3-6 on aggregate. As announced when he moved to this obscure 4th tier club (a full story about Liivak’s transfer to Alcobendas Sport, club owned by powerful Argentine football agent, Gustavo Mascardi, is available here) he will look for another club in Spain Segunda B in June. The Spanish transfer window opens today.
Sergei Zenjov will leave Torpedo Moscow. Notwithstanding a two-year-and-a-half contract at club that has just been relegated to Russian second division, his agent has confirmed that they are looking for a new club for the Estonian international.