MOSCOW, September 7 (RIA Novosti)
Dynamo Moscow defender Igor Shitov has reportedly joined newly promoted Russian Premier League side Mordovia Saransk on a season-long loan.
The 25-year-old Belarus international has struggled for playing time at Dan Petrescu's side since joining on a four-year deal from BATE Borisov in August 2011, with just four appearances to his name.
Shitov has 32 caps and one goal for his country, and is on loan in Saransk until next June, according to Belarusian newspaper Pressball..
After seven round of the championship, Mordovia languish in 14th in the table with four points, while Dynamo are rock-bottom 16th on three points.
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