In the rest of Jerusalem: financial gaps in the Jordan Shua deal

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A tripartite conversation was held tonight (Tuesday) between three club owners in the Premier League – Maccabi Haifa president Yankele Shachar, Beitar Jerusalem owner Moshe Hogg and Bnei Yehuda owner Barak Abramov. Due to the corona’s limitations, the call was made through the “zoom” and at the end no understandings were reached regarding Jordan Shua’s move to the capital. Betar had already offered 700,000 euros for the player, but was refused. During the call tonight she offered to lend it with a call option. Shahar himself currently refuses this outline. A source close to the deal said: “There are very large gaps. The player will not join if all parties do not understand that they must go down in demands and numbers. “

As you may recall, this is the second time that Beitar Jerusalem has turned to Jordan Shua during this summer. At first, in the era of Marco Belbul, it refused, but Maccabi Haifa refused to release him after Barak Bachar saw potential in him and decided to keep him in the team. Now, after Shuaa asked to be released, the club from Carmel does not stand in his way, but there are gaps between the parties. As you may recall, last Friday Shua’s father said in a special interview with Sport1 that “at Maccabi Haifa he is going back.”

In Beitar Jerusalem, the players will be given an organized training program for the coming days. The players have already been informed of the main points of the program and may move on to a group conversation using the zoom. The main question left in procurement matters is whether Antoine Conte will find a team by the end of the window, or not. A Betar source said yesterday that “he does not feel that Antoine is doing everything to find a team.”

Antoine Conte | Danny Maron

At the same time, Betar clarified that the player will not be released for free and when the team returns to training, he will continue to train (so far he has trained separately due to injury). Concerns about Conte are rising mainly in the face of the transfer window closing in some European countries this coming Monday, ie in less than a week. The transfer window in Cyprus closed a few days ago. The window in Bulgaria will be closed that day as well as in Greece, Spain, Turkey, Poland, Scotland, Italy and Germany. The next day, the window in the Netherlands and the UAE that absorbed Dia Seba will close. The following Monday, October 12, the window will be closed in Israel.

As you may recall, yesterday it became clear that the Greek Olympiacos announced, just before the beginning of Yom Kippur, the signing of Tunisian right-back Muhammad Dragger – which keeps him away. The importance of his departure is great: Betar cannot currently sign a foreign striker and in addition free up a budget to bring in an Israeli striker in place of Shlomi Azulai (the goal of the professional team is to sign two attacking players). Betar denied estimates that the group would not be strengthened at the end of the window and clarified that the reinforcement is constantly on the agenda. If an Israeli pioneer arrives – the names of Guy Melamed, Dean David and also of Dor Jan have come up, to the extent that the Shua deal will not materialize.

Meanwhile, as we reported last week, the arrival of foreigners in Betar is delayed. Santiago Occupy is delayed due to a bureaucratic problem unrelated to Betar and only today will it be clear whether he will be able to board a flight that will land him in the country by Thursday. A flight ticket has not yet been issued in favor of the Brazilian midfielder from his assassin and only towards the end of the week will it be clear when he will land.

Dor Jan. | Ariel Shalom







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