Although the French defender signed an exhausting 25 per cent cut in his salary last night, Betar Jerusalem is convinced: "Antoine wants us to sell it next season" • Now, Freddie Plomin is also expected to sign the renewed wage outline
Antoine Conte. Want to end the season, and go
Betar Jerusalem are convinced that defender Antoine Conte, who signed a 25 percent cut to the end of the season last night, after lengthy and exhausting negotiations, does not want to continue another season. "Conte in his behavior conveyed a message that we would sell him next season," the club said.
Betar's goal, which announced its intention to exercise the option it has on the player, will be to sell the French defender in the summer valued at between one million and two million euros. This, of course, depends on offers made to him and the European market after the Corona crisis.
Midfielder Freddie Plomin is expected to sign the cut, after Conte has already done so, and in effect all of Jerusalem's staff has responded to the landslide cut by owner Moshe Celebrates - a 25% reduction by the end of the season and the same amount next season.
By the way, the person who broke into talks with Antoine Conte and Plomin was the professional manager, Yossi Benyon, who personally talked to the two and explained the situation and the layout to them.