Neta Lavi was officially presented tonight (between Thursday and Friday) in the Japanese Gamba Osaka, where he is supposed to earn about one million euros per season, after leaving his youth team Maccabi Haifa.
"Welcome to Japan!", reads the group's official website.
Lavi fulfilled a dream when he moved to play abroad, after his move to CSKA Moscow was dropped from the chapter in the past, and after Maccabi Haifa promised the captain that if another high offer came, they would not stand in his way.
Lavi toured the club's facilities and the training ground together with his agents, and took pictures on the field and the dressing room.
The coach of his new team is Danny Poyatos, who knows the Israeli from the time he served as an assistant coach at Maccabi Tel Aviv.
The training of the Japanese team for the new season has already begun, but at the request of the greens, the player joined them only now.
Last season the team finished 15th in Japan, only one point away from the red line.
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