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The captain says hello: Neta Lavi moved to Gamba Osaka - voila! sport


Maccabi Haifa did not stand in the way of the great midfielder, who should earn about one million euros per season. He will soon take off to Japan and start training under former Maccabi Tel Aviv assistant coach Danny Poyatos

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After responding to Maccabi Haifa's request and staying until the match against Maccabi Tel Aviv, the captain says goodbye.

Neta Lavi officially moved tonight (Thursday) to the Japanese Gamba Osaka, where he is supposed to earn about one million euros per season, after he was also courted in MLS and among Red Star Belgrade.

After his move to CSKA Moscow was relegated in the past, Maccabi Haifa promised the captain that if another high offer came, they would not stand in his way - and they kept it. The coach of his new team is Danny Poyatos, who knows Lavie from the time he served as an assistant coach at Maccabi Tel Aviv.

The Japanese team's training They have already started preparing for the new season, but as mentioned at Haifa's request Lavi will join them only in the coming days. Last season the team finished 15th in Japan, only one point away from the red line.

Going on a new adventure.

Lavi (Photo: Maor Alxalsi)

Lavi (26), a graduate of Maccabi Haifa's youth department, moved up to the senior team in 2015, and slowly began to take his place in the lineup.

At the beginning of 2019, he served as captain for the first time, and helped the club win two consecutive championships.

So far he has made 12 official appearances in the Israeli national team.

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  • Israeli soccer

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  • Maccabi Haifa

Source: walla

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