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KARPIN LAUDS WARIS

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The Spartak Moscow manager Valery Karpin has said that the new signing Majeed Waris has been able to adapt to life in Russia extremely quickly.

The Russian club managed to secure the services of the 21-year-old Ghanaian striker recently. It is thought that Majeed Waris had turned down to the approaches from Chelsea and Everton in order to move to Russia. He was signed from the Swedish Hacken a few months ago. Due to his age and the fact that he was playing in a new league, many expected him to take a long time to settle at the Russian club.

However, the manager Karpin has said that he is extremely surprised by the way he has adapted quickly to the life in Russia. Spartak Moscow recently lost their top striker Emmanuel Emenike to injury. This injury is likely to present the new signings Waris with the opportunity to make his debut for the team. The domestic league campaign will resume in Russia, with Spartak Moscow taking on Terek Grozny in a home match. Of course, Karpin does have the services of the former FC Krasnodar striker Yura Movsisyan in the team as well. Waris emerged as one of the most wanted talents in Europe after scoring 23 goals in just 29 matches for the Swedish club.

“Waris surprises me insofar as how quickly he has integrated into the team. We have very high competition for places. If everyone is fit, it’s going to be very tough to get into the 18-man squad,” said the Spartak Moscow manager ahead of the new campaign. The club have done extremely well in the European competitions so far. They will be looking to qualify for the Champions league at the end of the season, while also lifting the Russian league title as well.

The Spartak Moscow manager Valery Karpin has said that the new signing Majeed Waris has been able to adapt to life in Russia extremely quickly.

The Russian club managed to secure the services of the 21-year-old Ghanaian striker recently. It is thought that Majeed Waris had turned down to the approaches from Chelsea and Everton in order to move to Russia. He was signed from the Swedish Hacken a few months ago. Due to his age and the fact that he was playing in a new league, many expected him to take a long time to settle at the Russian club.

However, the manager Karpin has said that he is extremely surprised by the way he has adapted quickly to the life in Russia. Spartak Moscow recently lost their top striker Emmanuel Emenike to injury. This injury is likely to present the new signings Waris with the opportunity to make his debut for the team. The domestic league campaign will resume in Russia, with Spartak Moscow taking on Terek Grozny in a home match. Of course, Karpin does have the services of the former FC Krasnodar striker Yura Movsisyan in the team as well. Waris emerged as one of the most wanted talents in Europe after scoring 23 goals in just 29 matches for the Swedish club.

“Waris surprises me insofar as how quickly he has integrated into the team. We have very high competition for places. If everyone is fit, it’s going to be very tough to get into the 18-man squad,” said the Spartak Moscow manager ahead of the new campaign. The club have done extremely well in the European competitions so far. They will be looking to qualify for the Champions league at the end of the season, while also lifting the Russian league title as well.

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