Maccabi Haifa will train abroad, gaps with Betar regarding Shua

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Maccabi Haifa players continue to train using the “Zoom” app, while they wait for developments in the Ministry of Health and the league’s administration and hope that the words of President Yaakov Shachar and coach Barak Bachar will lead to the desired result – the return of Israeli football to activity. The team hopes that the excellent fitness in which they started the season will not be harmed, but understand that in any case, the return will be done gradually and the first training sessions will be without contact.

The Greens, who trained continuously until last week when they finished their journey in Europe, announced last Saturday that they are considering the possibility of going to a training camp abroad in order to continue with a normal training routine. The destinations on the agenda are Bulgaria and Serbia, countries that are considered green. Now it seems that the idea will indeed be implemented and it is estimated that the team will go to a training camp this coming Saturday evening, when today it will undergo corona tests.

Beyond that, Maccabi Haifa wants to end the Jordan Shua saga soon and continues to wait for an upgraded offer from Beitar Jerusalem. Shoa, who demanded to leave, expressed a willingness to move to a team from the capital, but the gaps between Moshe Hogg’s offer and the club’s demands from Carmel are still large. “We are not under pressure. The pressure is on the actor himself and Betar Jerusalem, they said in Haifa.

At the same time, the team will consider adding another striker in the next transfer window in case Shua leaves, when the final decision will be by Barak Bachar. Among the names that have come up recently is that of Bnei Sakhnin striker Osama Khalayla, but his option has fallen off the table and will come up again only if a team from the sector agrees to reduce the financial demands.

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