Maccabi Haifa's championship celebrations (Photo: Yotam Ronen, Video Editing: Aviad Balili)
Maccabi Haifa midfielder Mohammed Abu Fani spoke to the club's leaders and asked them to allow him to move to Hungarian side Ferencváros. Haifa rejected the Hungarians' offer of 800,<> euros, but the team is very interested in Abu Fani. According to sources in Hungarian football, they have even sent a renewed and improved offer by tens of percent, but the Greens have so far refused this offer as well.
The Greens, for their part, continue to insist that they are demanding Abu Fani's release clause of two million euros. In Haifa, there is a great desire for most of the staff to remain and he must strengthen in order to provide a quality squad for Masai, even against the background of the understanding that there are very high chances that Omer Atzili will not continue.
How many of them will be in Haifa next season as well? Atzili and Abu Fani (Photo: Maor al-Qasalasi)
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Therefore, it appears that the Greens hope that the Hungarians will not pay the release clause and the midfielder will remain. It is estimated that the Hungarians will not agree to pay two million euros anyway. Abu Fani, for his part, is very determined to move and understands that this may be his last chance to leave at a suitable age for a European team that will serve as a springboard for him to the big leagues.
On a noble issue, Haifa believes that the chances of him leaving are very high, and therefore they are already trying to ensure Dia Seba's stay in the team. "It is very important that Dia stays if Omar leaves," said a team source, "Dia has proven in the middle of this season that he is a great player and can produce numbers, we still hope that Omar stays but at the same time we are doing everything to ensure that at least Dia stays."
- Israeli football
- Muhammad Abu Fani
- Maccabi Haifa