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Transfer News/Rumours


  • Moshe Mishaelof of Apollon Limassol is wanted by Bundesliga 2 clubs Hertha Berlin and 1860 Munich.
  • Idan Shriki of MS Ashdod is wanted by Hapoel Tel-Aviv.
  • Maccabi Tel-Aviv continues to negotiate with Avi Strul, but significant gaps still exist between the two sides.
  • Maccabi Haifa is negotiating with Belgian club AA Gent over a transfer fee for Shlomi Arbeitman.
  • Hapoel Tel-Aviv is trying to bring Salim Tuama back to the club.
  • Haris Medunjanin is closer to joining Maccabi Tel-Aviv after he agreed on personal terms with the club. Now Maccabi must pay a transfer fee to Valladolid.
  • Ohad Kadousi has signed with Hapoel Petah Tikva.
  • Steven Cohen is close to signing with Hapoel Tel-Aviv, the french midfielder had seven goals and four assists for relegated Ranaana last season.
  • Olympiakos has made a three million Euro offer for Vincent Enyeama.
  • Douglas Da Silva is closer to staying with Hapoel Tel-Aviv after negotiations stalled with Lille over the transfer fee.
  • Gal Alberman has finally returned to training with Borussia Monchengladbach.
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  1. Abraham
    June 17, 2010 at 8:02 pm

    I believe Strul makes $250K a year at Lokeren. This is not a lot for Maccabi considering how much they are willing to pay players. How much Strul is asking for?

    I read that West Ham will offer 4 million Euros for Enyeama. Besides, I think Enyeama would rather play in the Premiership.

    I thought the Da Silva deal was already done. But I still think it will go through. If he really wants to go it will happen.

    • snowbozo21
      June 17, 2010 at 9:41 pm

      I think Strul earns 300K Euros a season at Lokeren if I’m not mistaken.

  2. Abraham
    June 17, 2010 at 8:09 pm

    I forgot to mention this….. I’m a little surprised that Belgian clubs are still targeting Israeli players. After the last wave of Israelis left for Belgium a few years ago, Belgian football officials were criticizing Israeli footballers for being too lazy and not working hard enough during practice. And then you have players like Itzhaki and and Vermuth who left Belgium and returned to Israel becaause they were homesick….. which I think was very unprofessional.

    • snowbozo21
      June 17, 2010 at 9:44 pm

      Itzhaki and Vermouth were both successful and Elyaniv and Rami are still there, In my opinion the Belgian league is two levels in quality above Israel’s league, so It’s not a huge step up, but the salaries are much higher because players are getting paid in Euros, that is the biggest difference for me.

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