Russian Premier League side Krasnodar have agreed to suspend the contracts of all their foreign players – just hours following the ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
Recall that former Norwich City boss Daniel Farke resigned from his post as Coach of the side on Wednesday – just six weeks after his appointment.
Krasnodar now faces a mass exodus after agreeing to allow their eight foreign players to train elsewhere due to the conflict.
The conflict overseas has had a huge impact on the Russian outfit, who saw Farke quit his post just weeks after he agreed to take over in Russia.
“Krasnodar and Daniel Farke terminated the contract by mutual agreement,” read a club statement. “Together with the German coach, his assistants Edmund Riemer, Chris Domogalla and Christopher John leave the club.”
Although Krasnodar gave no official reason for the German’s exit, but Farke himself confirmed that his exit was directly linked to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.