Now it's official.
Maccabi Netanya announced this morning (Monday) an agreement with the Istanbul team in Turkish Shakhtar regarding the transfer of midfielder Aden Karatsev to its ranks.
Last summer Kartsev already signed with Dynamo Moscow but in the end, the Russians had trouble paying Netanya and the deal fell through.
Netanya said in a statement: "We want to thank Aden Kartsev who grew up in the club and returned to it at the beginning of last year for an exciting year and a half, in which he was an important and integral part of the team's success and became a significant player in the Israel national team. Thank you Aden and good luck!"
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The Turks will pay Netanya 2.3 million euros, with 15% of that amount going to Maccabi Tel Aviv, the player grew up in the media. Karatsev will sign a contract for 3.5 years and is expected to earn about half a million euros per season.
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