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A source at Maccabi Tel Aviv: "This is a summer of changing shifts" - Walla! sport

2021-06-23T13:16:27.939Z

Maccabi Haifa is renewed, Beer Sheva is carrying out a revolution, Hapoel Tel Aviv wants to return to the top and Maccabi Tel Aviv is not sure that they will find new acquisition players until the start of training



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A Maccabi Tel Aviv source: "This is a summer of changing shifts"

The stalemate in the procurement sector and the dramatic separation from the Peretz generation, raise great concern around the trophy holder who must hit foreigners to fight for the championship.

A source at the club before the start of training this week: "We are in the summer similar to the pre-season Ivica"

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Yaniv Tuchman

Saturday, June 19, 2021, 11:30 p.m.

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Great pressure around Maccabi Tel Aviv due to the cucumber season that does not exist until now. While the champion Maccabi Haifa is renewed, Hapoel Beer Sheva is carrying out a revolution and the city rival Hapoel Tel Aviv is trying to build a new team to return to the top, Maccabi Tel Aviv has not yet started and ahead of training this Tuesday, it is not certain that new players will be on the grass in Kiryat Shalom. An announcement regarding the continuation of Patrick Van Leven's path as a coach has also not been given and the question of his future is still floating in the air, although he will probably continue and there will be no shocking surprise in this wing.



The great pressure of the fans and also of elements in the club is first due to the separation from the Peretz generation. At times last season, Peretz's importance was the same as Eran Zehavi's importance in the good years of Maccabi Tel Aviv. The connection connected the whole team and became the most dominant player of all. His departure for Italy leaves a very large void that it is doubtful can be filled.



But not only because of Peretz, there is a big cloud regarding Maccabi Tel Aviv's ability to threaten the championship next season.

The short history shows that along with injuries with foreigners like Enrique Saborit and Jair Amador, Maccabi Tel Aviv also recorded quite a few flops with players who landed at Ben Gurion Airport and many fear this. Moreover, this summer marks a summer of generational change at the club. Leaving and may be joined by Eitan Tibi, if he does not jump quickly on the offer made by Maccabi Tel Aviv. "This is a summer of changing shifts at Maccabi," a source at the club admitted over the weekend in an existing conversation. "We need to build a team like we did three years ago.

We are in the summer similar to the pre-days of Vladan Ivic. "

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Maccabi Tel Aviv believes that in the next 48 hours the story will close in a good spirit with Izzy Shretzky who will be a little flexible so that the parties do not go to the player status committee and then the brakeman Idan Nachmias will be signed on a two-year contract with a third season option. Nahmias' salary will be around $ 220,000 net. As published here yesterday, the gap between Maccabi Tel Aviv and Shretzky is NIS 500,000, with the owners of Kiryat Shmona wanting NIS 1.8 million as an improvement fee for it and Maccabi Tel Aviv offering NIS 1.3 million. If the parties do not find the middle ground in the next two days, Maccabi Tel Aviv will turn to the player status committee and then each of the parties will take some kind of risk that the amount will be determined by an outside party. Shretzky knew he was facing this issue, so last season he was quick to offer Nachmias a net salary of NIS 550,000 per season on a three-year contract, thus increasing his chances of ruling on high improvement fees from the committee.



Maccabi Tel Aviv very much wants to acquire Aviel Zargari from Betar Jerusalem in a deal that will include the release of players in favor of Betar, but if Moshe celebrates he will not flow with what Maccabi Tel Aviv offers, the team will move to other candidates.



Meanwhile, the Spanish striker Fran Sol, to whom Maccabi Tel Aviv has submitted, and Dynamo Kiev, which holds an official offer, are examining additional options.

The ten goals he scored last season in the Tenerife uniform from the second division in Spain, should open doors for him to better teams than the Israeli league, so he is not in a hurry as well as Dynamo Kiev who want to sell him this summer as he has only two more years on his contract there.

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