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Gloch will take off tomorrow. Maccabi Tel Aviv wants 10 percent of a future sale - voila! sport


After the victory over Maccabi Haifa, Maccabi Tel Aviv will complete the midfielder's transfer deal with Red Bull Salzburg. The Yellows offered to deduct a million euros from the release clause in exchange for future percentages

Summary: Maccabi Tel Aviv - Maccabi Haifa 0:3 (Sport1)

Maccabi Tel Aviv wants to retain 10 percent of the future sale of Oskar Gloch and is ready to offset a million euros from the sale fee to Red Bull Salzburg.

According to Gloch's release clause, Maccabi Tel Aviv should receive 7 million euros for him without having a percentage left over from his future sale.

Maccabi Tel Aviv offers the Austrians to pay her only 6 million euros and in return keep 10 percent in her possession that could be worth much in the future, if Gloch develops in Red Bull and is sold for 20 million euros or more.

Although Barcelona is very interested in Gloch for the coming summer, he should not be tempted and the deal between Maccabi Tel Aviv and the Austrians should be signed today.

The professional director of Red Bull Salzburg and the head of the club's scouting system are in Israel and with them are also two German agents who brokered the deal.

All four watched last night's victory over Maccabi Haifa in Bloomfield and today at noon, they are supposed to meet with Barak Itzhaki to sign the deal.

As early as tomorrow Gloch is expected to fly to Salzburg when the Austrians have already prepared a professional program for him to promote him in the elements of his game, which they believe he can still progress and improve in.

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Gloch (photo: Barney Ardov)

Gloch left the game due to an injury and when he lay on the grass groaning in pain, the Austrians sitting in the stands missed more than a beat as well as the midfielder's family who were in full formation in the stands.

But Oscar only suffered from a twin muscle spasm and at the end of the game in the dressing room he was already dancing and going wild with everyone.

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Canaan (Photo: Danny Maron)

The team's coach Aitor Karanka praised the players at the end and told them: "What we showed today on the grass is a mirror image of our training in Kiryat Shalom. The seriousness with which you trained was clearly evident in the game and this victory does not belong to one player but to everyone, including those who sat on the bench or in the stands".

Karanka said at the press conference after the game: "The key word is ambition. We had a lot of ambition today. When you are in a club like Maccabi Tel Aviv, you have to play with ambition."

If in his first game as the team's coach against MS.

Ashdod, Karanka almost didn't touch the team because he didn't have time, he wanted the game at Teddy last week where the coach made some mistakes in the selection of the players and the management of the game.

Last night his preparation, the choices he made and the exchanges were perfect.

Karanka decided to play with four in the defensive line and divert Dor Peretz to midfield next to Dan Glazer.

This move was a winning move for the Basques.

He was also very successful with the selection of Shahar Piven for the brake and especially struck a ball with Parfa Giagon instead of Gabi Kanikovski.

Giagon gave his best game in the Maccabi Tel Aviv uniform and maybe even his best game in Israel.

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Giagon celebrates (Photo: Barney Ardov)

Karanka remained humble at the end and said: "What's important is the next game. We have a derby waiting for us on Saturday, so we still have a lot of room to improve to look even better."

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  • Israeli soccer

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  • Aitor Cranka

Source: walla

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