Magomed Ozdoev and Elmir Nabiullin are Zenit players

The blue-white-sky blues and Rubin have agreed the transfers of the two players, with both joining on four and a half year deals.
Magomed Ozdoev and Elmir Nabiullin are Zenit players
Magomed Ozdoev was born on 5 November 1992 in Grozny, but spent most of his childhood in Ingushetia. Magomed father was also a professional footballer and played for Terek Grozny. The central midfielder began his career at local side Angusht and just a year later made the move to Terek.

In February 2010 he joined Lokomotiv Moscow and made 56 appearances, scoring three goals for the railwaymen. In July 2014 he transferred to Rubin on loan and a year later made the move permanent. In Kazan Ozdoev played 87 games and scored 9 times. He spent the second half of last season on loan at Terek.

Magomed made his debut for Russia in the autumn of 2014 and has won 12 international cap, scoring one goal.

Elmir Nabiullin was born on 8 March 1995 in Kazan. Aged 13 he joined Rubin and made his debut in Kazan in March 2014 against Anzhi, he went on to get his first goal for Rubin in April 2015 against Zenit. Nabiullin played 98 matches for Rubin and scored 4 goals.

Elmir has represented Russia at youth levels and made his full debut in March 2015 against Kazakhstan.

Zenit welcomes both Magomed Ozdoev and Elmira Nabiullina to St. Petersburg and wishes them both good luck in the blue-white-sky blues first-team!