The President of CSKA Moscow is disappointed to have lost Keisuke Honda to Milan on a free transfer.
The Japanese international will join the Rossoneri next month after his contract with the Russians expired.
“I’m not used to being cheated,” Evgeni Giner told the Russian media. “In June, Milan’s representatives told me that they had made no contact with Honda, when, in reality, they spoke to him in February.
“Then Honda and his brother [agent] promised me that they would sign an extension.
“We could have sold Honda to Everton, or to another club, but we couldn’t because he just wanted Milan and that is his right.
“I, however, don’t think he will play that much over there – although I could be wrong.”