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  • 80% of the rights to Douglas Da Silva have been sold to Lille for 2.75 million Euros by Hapoel Tel-Aviv.
  • Hapoel Tel-Aviv want Peru national goakeeper Leao Butron to replace Vincent Enyeama.
  • Avi Strool is conducting negotiations with Maccabi Tel-Aviv and Maccabi will try to sign him by tomorrow night.
  • Gal Alberman still has a significant gap in demands in negotiations with Maccabi Tel-Aviv.
  • Yero Bello is expected to continue with Hapoel Haifa next season after being on loan from Maccabi Haifa.
  • Zenit St.Petersburg are interested in signing Dekel Keinan.
  • Hapoel Ashkelon wants Ravid Gazal.
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  1. Abraham
    June 13, 2010 at 2:06 pm

    Where is Enyeama going and for how much?

    • snowbozo21
      June 14, 2010 at 12:03 pm

      I think that Enyeama is going to a big club, especially if he continues to perform the way he did against Argentina. Arsenal had shown interest for him in the past, but nothing concrete. I would expect that Hapoel will get around 3 million Euros for him when the cup ends. However, I think he only has six months left on his contract so I’m not sure what will happen.

  2. Abraham
    June 14, 2010 at 9:06 pm

    Whoever the person was at Bnei Yehuda who signed him should get an award because he was truly a diamond in the rough. If he only has six months left then Hapoel doesn’t have much leverage. Hapoel should keep him until his contract runs out because they have a better chance to make the Champions League which will bring in 8 million euros.

  3. snowbozo21
    June 15, 2010 at 1:21 pm

    yes Enyeama is important, although Hapoel really needs to sign another central defender, defense is key if they want to qualify for the Champions League, Enyeama can help, but he isn’t going to be putting in performance like the one against Argentina every game.

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