Defender of Beitar Jerusalem, Max Grechkin, who only last November made his debut in the Israeli national team uniform, was relegated to the bench after the arrival of the Jewish-Russian defender, Grigory Morozov.
Around the defender, they looked at options for him in Ukraine and Poland, where the transfer window is still open, but the player decided to continue at Beitar Jerusalem until the end of the season. Grechkin, who ends his contract at the end of the season, believes that he can fight for his place in the team, and in the summer, depending on the developments, he will decide about his future.
Guerrero may leave
Unlike Grechkin, the striker Eduardo Guerrero, who was frozen due to the 6 foreigners limit, may actually leave soon and there are efforts to find him a team in one of the leagues in Europe where the transfer window has not yet closed.
In the meantime, Beitar hopes that the weather won't be stormy on Saturday, so that many fans will come to the game against MS Ashdod. "If it doesn't rain and it's a pleasant Saturday, there will also be 18,000 fans," Beitar estimated, adding, " There may be a celebration, but it sucks that there will be less cheering because a large part of the large group cheering are Shabbat keepers and cannot come."
May leave, photo: Alan Shiver
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