Maccabi Haifa rejected another offer from Hungarian side Ferencváros of €1.2 million for midfielder Mohammed Abu Fani. This is the second bid by the Hungarian champions for the midfielder of the champions and the Israeli national team. Last time, the Greens rejected an offer of 800,<> euros.
The club's message to Abu Fani is clear, which is that if the €2 million release clause is not fulfilled, there is nothing to talk about. Ferencváros made it clear to Abu Fani's representatives that they are very interested in him and will continue to try to sign him, but not for much longer.
Abu Fani himself is putting pressure on Maccabi Haifa and wants to leave the club, or alternatively have his contract upgraded, since the Hungarians offer him 380,250 euros while in Haifa he earns about <>,<> dollars a season.
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At the same time, Maccabi Haifa continues negotiations with Jewish/French midfielder Laurent Abergel. If he arrives, Abergil will earn around €500,<> per season on a two-year contract. His club Lorient are piling up difficulties, with France reporting that Abergil has a number of offers, including one from Ferencváros, who also want Mohammed Abu Fani.
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