Transfer News and Rumors

  • Hapoel Petah Tikva striker Ido Exbard is in negotiations with Belgian clubs KV Kortrijk and Charleroi
  • Omer Damari is officially a Hapoel Tel-Aviv player after transferring from Maccabi Petah Tikva for an undisclosed sum
  • Polish club Legia Warsaw have made an offer for Maccabi Tel-Aviv bad boy Maor Buzaglo
  • Maccabi Haifa is still looking for a striker to replace Vladimir Dvalishvili after, with Chen Azriel of Beitar Jerusalem being a possible option
  • Beitar Jerusalem is on the verge of not making the minimum budget requirements to be a Ligat Ha’al club
  • According Dudu Biton’s agent Dudu Dahan, the player is on the verge of signing with Polish Champions Wisla Krakow
  • A breakthrough has been reportedly made between Hapoel Tel-Aviv and Kaiserslautern in which Itay Shechter  would transfer to the German club for a fee of 2.5 million Euros, and Hapoel would receive 20% of any future sale
  1. Benny
    July 3, 2011 at 1:46 pm

    Why is Haifa looking to replace Dvalashvili? He’s still under contract. And if so, why not look for a foreign striker since all of the best Israeli strikers are signed.

  2. snowbozo21
    July 3, 2011 at 4:38 pm

    Because Dvalishvili is a mediocre striker at best, If you remember last time Haifa was in the Champions league, he had several opportunities to score, but couldn’t capitalize on them .Although you are right about the top Israeli strikers being tied up, had Haifa been more aggressive they could have probably gotten Dudu Biton to come back to Israel, but now it looks like he’ll be going to Poland.

    • Benny
      July 3, 2011 at 9:20 pm

      I thought Haifa would get a striker to replace Ghadir who might have surgery. Dvalishvili scored against Salzburg in CL qualifiers. He’s not a great striker but he does manage to score. He had 11 goals in 25 league matches, which is not bad. Haifa needs a MF to replace Rafaelov more than they need a striker.

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