To replace the Russian: Ukraine's national team leader moves to Italian club
Ruslan Malinovskyi, one of the leaders of the Ukrainian national soccer team, is close to returning to the Italian championship. The 30-year-old midfielder of French side Marseille decided to leave the team just six months after his transfer from Atalanta, as he does not fit into the plans of the new coach.
According to renowned journalist Nikola Skira, as he writes on his Twitter page, Malinovsky has agreed a contract with Serie A midfielder Torino. In the Turin team Ruslan will become a replacement for Russian Alexei Miranchuk, who returned from loan to the same Atalanta.
Note that last season the Ukrainian played for Marseille 23 matches in all tournaments and scored two goals. One of them in the gate of the champion PSG.
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