MOSCOW, June 22 (RIA Novosti) - Krilya Sovetov forward Jan Koller has said he may quit the Volga Region side, recently embroiled in a match-fixing scandal, Sovetski Sport has reported.
"Everything will depend on my wife's decision. Our eldest daughter starts school soon, and more likely than not we will move to our permanent place of residence in Monaco," the 36-year-old told the paper.
Krilya were widely accused in the Russian media of having thrown a recent game against Chechen side Terek Grozny. The claims have not been proven.
Russian paper Novaya Gazeta subsequently alleged, citing inside sources, than Koller had sworn at club officials when approached about throwing the match, saying that he did not engage in such practices.
Koller did not take part in the match in question, having been sent for treatment for chronic asthma before the game.
"I don't think that Krilya threw the game, but if they did, I would leave the team," Koller told Sovetski Sport on Wednesday, adding that he had not seen the match.
The former Czech international has played 29 games for the team since signing in the summer of 2008, scoring 11 goals.