Progress in negotiations between Maccabi Netanya and Eitan Azoulai – Netanya online

In the Netanya team, they are waiting for money from Dynamo Moscow for Aden Kartsev; Officials in Petah Tikva and Netanya confirm that the differences over Eitan Azoulai have been reduced significantly.

Coach Netanya Benny Lam. Photo by Nir Ansher for Netanya Online – ksn

In the Netanya team, they are waiting for money from Dynamo Moscow for Aden Kartsev; Officials in Petah Tikva and Netanya confirm that the differences over Eitan Azoulai have been reduced significantly.

Two days after the Maccabi Netanya team signed Michael Ohana for one season with an option for two more years, it is confirmed in Netanya that the gaps in the negotiations to sign Eitan Azoulai have narrowed significantly.

On Wednesday, as mentioned, Netanya announced that Michael Ohana had signed for the season. The midfielder (26), who comes from Beitar Jerusalem, joins as a free agent. He is also the seventh reinforcement player to join since the beginning of the summer. So far, the management of Maccabi Netanya, in coordination with the professional team led by Benny Lam, has signed Shahar Ben Yakar, Itamar Nitzan, Gil Yitzhak , Eric Barko, Liran Rothman and Florian Hartherz.

As of Friday morning, the negotiations for the addition of Eitan Azoulai continued. Netanya offered half a million euros to Maccabi Petach Tikva for Azoulai. Maccabi Petah Tikva is demanding 800,000 euros. Estimates are that eventually an interim amount will be determined.

Maccabi Netanya is waiting for the amount of 1.4 million euros expected to be received from the Dynamo Moscow group. According to estimates, the amount is expected to be transferred on Monday. Upon receipt of the amount, Netanya will transfer approval for international release to player Aden Kartsev.

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