Footballer Alexander Kokorin declined to comment on the information about his move to Spartak Moscow.
According to RIA Novosti, journalists asked about the return of the attacker to Moscow when he arrived at the Moscow City Court to review the appeal judgment in the hooliganism case. Kokorin ignored inquiries about football, he spoke only about today's court session.
Earlier, the media wrote that striker Alexander Kokorin signed an agreement with FC Spartak, from August 1, he will move to the club as a free agent. Officially, the team did not confirm this information.
Last season, Zenit forward Kokorin played on loan for Sochi, scoring seven goals in ten games. The current football player's contract with the St. Petersburg club ends on July 31.
Recall that in the fall of 2018, Alexander Kokorin became a participant in two conflicts in Moscow. The court sentenced the player to 1.5 years in a general regime colony. Last fall, he was released on parole.
The Court of Cassation, due to significant violations of criminal and criminal procedure legislation, sent the verdict for a new appeal.