The Spartak player was suspected in connection with a drug dealer Russian news EN
Spartak player Quincy Promes was suspected of transferring 250,000 euros to a drug dealer
The Dutch midfielder of Spartak Quincy Promes is suspected of transferring a large amount of money to a drug dealer. This is reported AD.
In 2019, the footballer was linked to transporting a 400-kilogram shipment of cocaine that belonged to Surinamese Pete Wortel, according to the Dutch Public Prosecutor’s Office. During the transportation, the drugs were stolen, after which the midfielder paid Wortel 250 thousand euros in compensation, fearing for his life. The lawyer of the Surinamese Ruud van Bohm denies the connection of his client with the football player, however, it is known that the player’s contacts were found in the drug dealer’s phone.
On December 9, it became known that Spartak initiated the receipt of a Russian passport by Promes.
On February 25, 2021, Promes returned to Spartak. Prior to that, he played for the red and white from 2014 to 2018, becoming the champion of Russia and the owner of the country’s Super Cup with the team. In the current season of the Russian Premier League, the striker scored 14 goals and made six assists.
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