Zakharyan told how he survived Dynamo’s Chelsea transfer cutoff

Zakharyan told how he survived Dynamo’s Chelsea transfer cutoff

Midfielder “Dynamo » Arsen Zakharyan told how he survived the failed move to London Chelsea.

On Thursday, September 1, the Moscow club’s press service announced that the player’s transfer did not take place for “a number of technical reasons”.

Did you survive normally? Zakharyan told reporters. – I have a contract with Dynamo, I must continue to play, to show myself. And everything will be.

– When such a transfer breaks down, it’s not easy…

“I understand, yes. He was a little sad, so he left normally.

Have the guys calmed you down?

“The boys were teasing me! Locker room jokes were jokes, but none of that.

– The fans are worried that you will lose your motivation. Can you guarantee that won’t happen?

– I’m trying, now I’m getting back in shape. In pre-season I missed a bit, so now I’m trying to get in shape and show myself even better.

– When you realized that it was not a simple prank, but a real interest, what was the reaction?

“I knew they were interested in winter. Of course, it’s good that such advances are given to me, such clubs are watching. Therefore, I try to show myself better. It is clear that now something is not working, I accept all criticism. I try and practice.

– But how not to become Chalov, who after the failed transfer fell into depression?

“I don’t know what his situation was, how he reacted to it. I try to give everything to my home club so that we can go as high as possible.

– Have you communicated with anyone from Chelsea?

– Communicated.

– With whom?

– Well… release.

Did you really agree on a contract?

– There was an offer.

– But you gave your consent to the transition?

– How could I refuse?

This season, the 19-year-old has made 8 appearances for Dynamo across all competitions, scoring 1 goal and providing 2 assists.

Source : MatchTV

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