“Firstly, it would not be absolutely correct in relation to my current club – we are only one point behind in the struggle for a place in the Champions League. Secondly, I have spent two and a half years in Krasnodar, and I think that the club has the right to receive a decent compensation for my transfer. When I realised that this might not happen, I asked the club and agents to stop any negotiations on this topic.
“This winter, many negotiations were held, but there was no proposal that would be acceptable for the club and me.
“I will continue to work and play in Krasnodar to help the team achieve results and prepare well for the World Cup, and in the summer I will wait for proposals that Krasnodar will meet my goals