The Dutch player, Quincy Promis, gave up a villa worth 1.2 million euros and an outdoor building of about 600,000 euros to one of his relatives, against the backdrop of a stabbing attack at a family gathering earlier last year.The lawyer for Quincy’s cousin, Jewish Moskovic, confirmed this information in an interview with the newspaper “De Telegraaf”, while the player’s defender Gerard Spong did not immediately make any comments to the Dutch reporters.
The Dutch authorities arrested Promis, the former striker of Ajax Amsterdam and the current Spartak Moscow, last December, on suspicion of committing an assault that resulted in serious physical injury, and the player spent several days behind bars and was released on bail, and faces up to four years in prison.
The popular newspaper “De Telegraph” indicated that the accident occurred at a family party in the scenic town of “Abcode” outside the capital, Amsterdam, in late July.
She pointed out that “a relative suffered serious knee injuries, among others,” in the accident.
It is suspected that Promise got into a quarrel after an altercation with relatives and other family members intervened immediately, according to the same newspaper, which added that one of his relatives brought charges against him last December.
Amsterdam police spokesman Yilmer Gerds told “AFP” at the time that “a 28-year-old man was arrested,” but he declined to give further details.
The Dutch Prosecutor’s Office stated that Promis’ transfer to the ranks of Spartak Moscow a few days ago, and his departure from the capital, Amsterdam, will not constitute an obstacle to the investigation and possible trial, and the player may be summoned for questioning, but according to the laws, he can be contacted via video.
On Thursday, Spartak Moscow announced the contract with Promise until the summer of 2024, in exchange for a deal amounting to 8.5 million euros, in addition to two and a half million as variables.
The Dutch player previously wore the shirt of the Moscow team between 2014 and 2018 and achieved the League and Super Cup titles with him, before moving to Seville, Spain, and then to Ajax Amsterdam in 2019, for 15 million euros, under a contract until June 30, 2024.
Quincy participated with Ajax Amsterdam in 53 matches in various tournaments, during which he scored 22 goals, and represented the Dutch national team in 47 matches, during which he scored seven goals.