Uriel Degani: Maccabi Haifa demands from Hapoel Tel Aviv 50% of the amount Betar paid for the brake


Even after he signed for Beitar Jerusalem, through no fault of his own, Uriel Degani continues to provide headlines. Through the club’s legal advisor, attorney Ofer Ben Asa, Maccabi Haifa sent a letter to Hapoel Tel Aviv today (Tuesday) demanding 50% of the sale of the brake to Betar Jerusalem. That is, one hundred thousand dollars. The letter was sent following a clause of a future sale in a contract signed between the parties when the brake was transferred from the Greens to Hapoel Tel Aviv in the summer of 2016.

Recently, as mentioned, Betar Jerusalem paid about $ 200,000 to Hapoel Tel Aviv for Degani, who signed in the capital for three years. In a post he posted on his Instagram page, the brakeman explained the many difficulties he experienced in red: “I made a heavy and difficult decision and I owe it to you fans this explanation, not to anyone else. In all honesty – I just got tired. I have been exhausted from wars over and over again, once it is arbitration, once it is ostracism and now it is two months in which I do not get paid. On the professional side, I had a good practice, I felt valued and in return I gave my all at a price that not every player would take.

“The last time was the straw that broke my and my family’s back, I was willing to cut, and a lot! But on the other hand they did not want to commit to anything and in no way showed me the way out. It turns out that wars are already happening in the summer, how many people can fight when all odds are against him? I take this opportunity once again to say a million thanks to the fans who supported, cheered, encouraged and appreciated my fighting on the grass. The period with you will remain etched in my heart forever. You deserve more. It’s time to say hello, love a lot, Ural. ”

Ural Degani | Betar Jerusalem, official


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