"Everything is fine. Dynamo has a coach," Surkis said.
Soon Lucescu's agent Arkady Zaporozhan explained that the rumors had appeared as a result of private correspondence between Lucescu and Surkis.
"It was a personal correspondence between him and Ihor Surkis. This conversation took place on Saturday. We will find out how it got into the press. If someone wants to see, I can show everything," Zaporozhan said.
He also said that tomorrow, July 28, at 9:30 am, the Dynamo head coach has a plane to Kyiv. He explained why Lucescu made such a statement.
"With this letter, he wanted to show that he does not hold on to the coach's chair. He wanted to show that he did not come for the money. If his arrival can interfere with Dynamo, he will calmly leave. The club's image is much more expensive," the agent explained.
As we reported before, Mircea Lucescu has decided to resign from the post of the head coach of Dynamo Kyiv FC. The Romanian specialist was appointed just four days ago.