Krasnodar of the Russian Premier League has agreed to suspend the contracts of all eight of its international players, just days after coach Daniel Farke resigned over the invasion of Ukraine.

Krasnodar, a Russian football club, has agreed to suspend the contracts of eight international players, just days after Daniel Farke announced his resignation as manager as a result of the invasion of Ukraine.

While no official justification for the contract freeze has been disclosed, the club is now facing a mass first-team exodus and is unable to fulfill a league fixture as the slaughter in Eastern Europe enters its eighth day.

Remy Cabella, a former Newcastle midfielder, is among the players who will be released. He is already training with his previous club Montpellier, according to sources.

Despite signing a three-year contract in August, Grzegorz Krychowiak, formerly of Paris Saint-Germain, Sevilla, and West Brom, is expected to leave.

Jhon Cordoba, who joined them from Koln only six months ago, is another noteworthy name who has been permitted to leave.

Erik Botheim, Cristian Ramirez, Kaio, Wanderson, Viktor Claesson, and Junior Alonso are among those whose contracts have been paused.

Despite being named among Krasnodar’s foreign contingent, Armenian Eduard Spertsyan is anticipated to remain at his current club. According to Mail Online, Belarus’ Alyaksandr Martynovich will also stay with the first team.

In mid-week, Krasnodar was shaken by the departure of manager Daniel Farke. After consenting to mutual termination of their contracts, the former Norwich City manager and his whole coaching staff quit, having not coached a single game.

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