Russia internationals Aleksandr Kokorin and Pavel Mamaev face action from their clubs and the country's interior ministry after they attacked a man with a chair during an altercation at a Moscow cafe on Monday.
Zenit St Petersburg forward Kokorin and Krasnodar midfielder Mamaev were arrested on Tuesday after they struck ministry of industry and trade official Denis Pak with a chair, according to Russian media reports.
The incident was captured https://www.rt.com/sport/440746-russian-footballers-accused-cafe-attack by CCTV cameras.
"We absolutely condemn the actions of those involved, it has caused outrage within our club and we are waiting for a legal assessment from the relevant authorities, but from a personal point of view, such behaviour is truly shocking," Zenit said https://en.fc-zenit.ru/news/2018-10-09-zayavlenie-futbolnogo-kluba-zenit.htm.
"We are now considering what punishment the club will take against the player... the club and supporters are disappointed that one of the country's most talented footballers has behaved in such a manner."
Krasnodar condemned Mamaev's behaviour and said https://fckrasnodar.ru/team/news/object/?object_id=132694 they were exploring ways to terminate his contract.
Kokorin has 48 caps for Russia but missed this year's World Cup with a knee injury. Mamaev has represented the national team 15 times. Zenit beat Krasnodar 2-1 in the league on Sunday.
(With inputs from agencies.)