Beitar received an extension from the association, Aboksis wants 4 foreigners, will Zargari stay?
Barak Abramov will start preparing for the upcoming season after signing with Hogge.
Aboxis is waiting for reinforcements, Amit Cohen will join, Tamir Glazer is waiting
Wednesday, August 10, 2022, 12:20 p.m
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Moshe Hogg's press conference (photo: Yotam Ronan, video editing: Tal Raznik)
Beitar Jerusalem today (Wednesday) received another and final extension from the budget control, until Thursday at 16:00, to settle its affairs and play in the Premier League. Barak Abramov, who signed an ownership transfer agreement with Moshe Hogg, will officially become the new owner and begin preparing the The coming season.
The salary budget for the players now stands at NIS 9 million, including Danilo Asperia, but is expected to increase. Yossi Abouxis is interested in adding four more foreigners in the positions of brakeman, midfielder, winger and striker.
There is still no final decision regarding Aviel Zargari. If the young midfielder does not arrive on loan From Maccabi Haifa, Tamir Glazer will join in his place. Defender Amit Cohen will also join, as was agreed upon in Abramov's sale talks with Bnei Yehuda. Beitar and Bnei Yehuda will share Cohen's ticket together with Hapoel Ra'anana in the event of a future sale.
Abramov and Aboxis (Photo: Kobi Eliyahu)
With Abramov taking office, he is supposed to start building the hive around him, and he has not yet made final decisions and is consulting on appointments.
Abramov is expected to meet with CEO Muni Brosh and accountant Haim Navon to receive a status report, and at the same time promote the sale of subscriptions, which due to the complicated summer has not yet begun.
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