Wednesday, 6th February, 2013

Spartak Moscow are ready to allow striker Welliton to head back to his native Brazil, with Flamengo leading the hunt for the 26-year-old.

According to Life Sports, Spartak Moscow are letting the striker leave their winter training camp to negotiate with clubs in his homeland.

Welliton is unhappy with the Russian Premier League side and is keen to head back to Brazil.

While Spartak Moscow are willing to play ball, they only want to agree to a loan deal, with a right to buy, with a Brazilian side.

Welliton joined Spartak Moscow in 2007 and has been a prolific goalscorer for the club.


The Russian side are believed to value the 26-year-old at around the €7M mark, while he is under contract in Moscow until the summer of 2014.

Russian Premier League clubs are currently on their winter break until March.

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