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Ajax defender Toby Alderweireld has welcomed the interest of Spartak Moscow after the Russian club reportedly made an offer for the Belgium international.
– Ajax defender Toby Alderweireld
I now understand that they have made Ajax an offer for me.
Only when the clubs are granted permission (to talk to me) will I think.
I want to focus first on Belgium-France on Wednesday.
I've always said that I will seriously look at each option.
Those who know me, know that I will never choose just for the money but for the image and history of the team.
Aiden McGeady has admitted Spartak Moscow may look to cash in on him this summer as he enters the final year of his contract in Russia.
– Aiden McGeady
I have only got a year left on my contract, so (transfer rumours are) bound to happen. Maybe Spartak want to cash in on me now because if they don't, there's a possibility I could leave for nothing.
But I am happy there just now. When I came back into the team in March when I got fit again, I was probably playing some of the best stuff I have played since I went there and I was happy with everything.
I am easy. I have enjoyed it and we will see what happens.
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez will revive his interest in Spartak Moscow winger Aidan McGeady in the summer, having missed out on the Republic of Ireland international in January. The Daily Mail reports the Latics may have competition from Everton and Sunderland for the 26-year-old.
Republic of Ireland international winger Aiden McGeady is unlikely to be moving in this transfer window, the Daily Mail reports. Wigan had agreed a £5million transfer with McGeady's club Spartak Moscow, but the 26-year-old had had a change of heart and is set to stay in Moscow.
Wigan Athletic could increase their attacking threat with the signing of Spartak Moscow winger Aiden McGeady on loan for the rest of the season, claim the Daily Mail.
Back in 1995 Blackburn made an ill-fated foray into the Champions League, which included an away trip to Moscow to face Spartak Moscow. In freezing conditions at the Luzhniki Stadium Blackburn lost 3-0, ending their involvement in the competition.
But at least Blackburn's players had an enjoyable day on Red Square during the trip, with a selection of the squad finding some new bearded friends.