Maccabi Haifa midfielder Neta Lavie has officially signed with Gamba Osaka and will fly to Japan in the coming days to join his new team.
According to the summary, Osaka will transfer to Haifa about half a million euros for the captain's player card, which will significantly upgrade financially to a salary of about one million euros per season.
The 26-year-old Lavi grew up in Maccabi Haifa and played in its ranks throughout his career.
He won two championships and one state cup with her in 2016. In the last two years, Lavi was one of the significant keys to the Greens winning the championship and qualifying for the group stage of the Champions League.
He was defined by club president Yaakov Shahar and coach Barak Bachar as "the most important player in the team", but there came a point where he wanted to have a new experience.
Lavi will complete a number of technical procedures and fly to Japan together with his agents, the brothers Ronan and Gilad Katsav.
Gamba Osaka finished last season in 15th place, in a season that is considered bad for her.
The Spanish coach Danny Poyatos, ex-Maccabi Tel Aviv, is the one who heads the professional team of the Japanese and pressured to bring Neta Lavie from Maccabi Haifa.
The Greens will say goodbye to their captain in recent years in the league game tomorrow (Saturday) against Benny Reina, when of course, he will not play as he no longer belongs to the club.
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