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Beitar Jerusalem are trying to sign Dan Biton | Israel Today


The midfielder of Maccabi Tel Aviv may come to the capital on loan, the obstacle that remains is his high salary • A search for a striker, Ben Shahar has been proposed • Most likely, the goalkeeper Arthur Rodko will not arrive

The ability of Beitar Jerusalem against Bnei Rayna was not particularly good, but the Yellow and Blacks knew how to keep a clean sheet yesterday (night) and take 3 more important points in the fight for a place in the top playoffs.

Coach Yossi Aboksis really wants to strengthen the attack.

In the coming week, efforts will be made to close the signing of Dan Beaton, midfielder of Maccabi Tel Aviv, who rarely plays for his team, and both sides are interested in the loan deal, with the only stumbling block being the player's high salary.

Ben Shahar

Will he reach the capital?, Photo: Alan Shiver

In addition, Beitar wants to bring in another striker to replace Stav Nachmani, who left. As first published in 'Israel Hayom', the Yellows really want Dor Turgeman, but at this stage Maccabi Tel Aviv has not yet released him, therefore, the professional team is checking options more

One of the players offered to the team in recent days is Ben Shaher.

And what about the goalkeeper?

The Lech Poznan team refuses to release the Ukrainian goalkeeper, Artur Rodko, and therefore there are again tests regarding Israeli and foreign goalkeepers, but Beitar also does not rule out the possibility that Itamar Israeli will continue to be the first goalkeeper until the end of the season.

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Source: israelhayom

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