MOSCOW, Oct. 3 Swedish Malmö player Dennis Hadjikadunich, rights to which belongs to Rostov, said he did not want to return to Russia. In March, the Bosnian player moved to the Swedish club on loan until the end of 2022. The football player also noted that he would refuse to play for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team in a friendly match against the Russian team, which is scheduled for November 19 in St. Petersburg. “We have not received any information (about the agreement). This is between the federations. We, the players, do not know anything. It may seem strange, but it is. I will talk to the association or the coach “I just don't want to participate in this match. Let's see what the reaction will be. But I won't go there,” the player said. As part of Rostov, the defender played 69 matches in which he scored three goals and gave three assists. This season, he took part in 27 meetings, in which he scored one goal.
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