Gazzetta: Russian Alan Dzagoev decided to retire due to a knee injury
Russian midfielder of the Greek club PAS Lamia 1964 Alan Dzagoev decided to retire. Gazzetta.gr reports this.
According to the source, the cause was a recent knee injury. It is noted that the 33-year-old midfielder told the club management that he was considering the option of ending his career. At the same time, Lamia is ready to wait if Dzagoev changes his mind and continues to perform.
This season, Dzagoev played for Lamia in two matches. The midfielder’s transfer to the Greek club as a free agent became known on September 28. The contract with the football player runs until June 2024.
From 2008 to 2022, Dzagoev played for CSKA Moscow. He played 397 matches for the army team, in which he scored 77 goals and made 93 assists. As part of CSKA, the midfielder became a three-time Russian champion, and also won four Russian Cups and three national Super Cups.
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