Betar Jerusalem: Jordan Shua refuses to reduce his salary


Jordan Shua is still far from Betar Jerusalem. Apart from the gaps between the demands of Yaakov Shachar and Barak Abramov and Moshe Hogg’s proposal, it turns out that there are also disagreements between Betar and the player himself. In talks held last week between Shua’s representatives and Betar, the group asked that the striker also bear the costs. It offered him a salary of 100-120 thousand dollars, which would increase every year if there was satisfaction from him.

Shua is signed with Maccabi Haifa until 2024 and his salary is estimated at 180 to 230 thousand dollars, and at this stage he is not willing to discuss a reduction in his salary. At the same time, it was clarified to Betar that the players’ agent, Dudu Dahan, is examining additional options abroad.

As mentioned, these are not the only gaps. After celebrating Zoom’s celebrations with Yaakov Shachar and Barak Abramov, there are still significant gaps of over half a million euros for the purchase of the player’s ticket or for the purchase of about 80 percent of it. Betar wants Abramov and Shua to give up the percentages they deserve in the deal, and at this stage there is no agreement on that.

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