Official: Quincy Promes leaves Ajax for 8.5 million plus variables

The Ajax
confirmed this Wednesday the transfer of Quincy
Promes to the Spartak
Moscow for 8.5 million, which could amount to 11 with variables. The player is already in the Russian capital and the signing of the agreement is pending the medical examination, which will take place in the next few hours.

Promes, 29, was trained in the quarry of the Ajax and went through various Dutch clubs, such as the Haarlem, the Go
Eagles and the Twente, before joining the Spartak
Moscow in 2014.

There he exploded his career as a forward, where he conquered the Super Cup and the Super league, in addition to becoming the top scorer in this last competition in the 2017/18 season.

He landed on the Seville
a year later, but his performance did not meet expectations and he returned to Ajax in the 2019/20 season for 15.7 million euros, which would reach 17.2 in variables.

In the club Amsterdam he scored 22 goals in 53 games and has been international with the “Orange”47 times.

Suspect of a stabbing

The forward march to Russia It is marked by a controversy that occurred last year, when he was arrested in December and spent two days at the police station on suspicion of a stabbing that occurred in July.

The event took place during a family celebration in a warehouse owned by Promes Located in Abcoude, a small town fourteen kilometers from Amsterdam.

According to the local press, the footballer allegedly injured the victim in the leg with a knife, something that the player has denied at all times. The case is still under investigation and the trial has yet to take place.

Praise from your coach

The coach of the Ajax, Erik
Hag, had words of support for the footballer and said today, in the previous match of Europe
League against him Lille, what Promes “He did a fantastic job last year” and his return to Spartak of Moscow “It is a good step for him.”