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It's been up in the air for the past few days, and now it's also official: Oskar Gloch has been sold to Red Bull Salzburg.
The Austrian team Hafar activated the release clause of the young star of Maccabi Tel Aviv - 7 million euros - thus ahead of quite a few teams who hoped to add the prodigy in the summer.
In recent weeks, as mentioned, Gloch received quite a few offers, but turned them all down.
Among other things, he was mentioned as a candidate for Barcelona, Benfica, Besiktas and a host of other senior teams.
In the ranks of Red Bull Salzburg, he should earn about 550 thousand euros per season, not including bonuses, in a four-year contract.
The director of the football department at Maccabi Tel Aviv, Barak Itzhaki, told the official website: "Oscar grew up in the youth department of Maccabi Tel Aviv from a young age and received all the tools at the club to succeed and progress. Gloch showed his commitment to Maccabi on and off the field and he demonstrated along the way in addition His qualities, work ethic and maturity are not typical for such a young player. Everyone at Maccabi Tel Aviv is sure that Oscar will continue his progress and wish him success."
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Gloch (photo: official website, the official website of Salzburg)
As you know, Red Bull Salzburg sold many players, including Arling Haaland who moved to Dortmund.
Last year it sold Karim Adeyemi to the same Dortmund for 30 million euros and Brandon Arneson to Leeds for 32 million euros.
Even earlier, Sadio Mane (sold for 23 million euros to Southampton), Naby Keita (sold for 29 million euros to RB Leipzig), Dayo Ofamakanu (sold for 18 million euros to RB Leipzig) and a host of prodigies passed through its ranks Others who became real stars.
Mons Davor was also upgraded from the Austrian team, from which he was sold to Sevilla for 17 million euros.
Gluch (18), one of the greatest talents to emerge in Israeli football in recent years, broke out last year under Mladan Krstaich.
After leading the youth team to the finals of the Euro, he became the team player in the senior team of Maccabi Tel Aviv, and this season he recorded four league goals and seven assists in 16 appearances.
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