Hapoel Beer Sheva last night completed the deal with Itai Schechter, who agreed on the new contract and will arrive in the next day for medical tests prior to signing. The striker, represented by Avi Nimani, will join training later this week after a green light given by coach Roni Levy.
In addition to Eugene Ansa and Dor Micha joining during the week, Beer Sheva is aiming to sign foreign players in the left-back position, back midfielder and attacking player, so Schechter will have to fight for his place in the squad, and the intriguing staff in the Negev capital continues to be built.
Negotiations with Ariel Harush have not yet progressed and the club are rejecting rumors that he has concluded with the team. “Ophir Marciano is the leading candidate for the job, but it depends on him,” they said at the club, where they began looking for an alternative to a foreign goalkeeper in case Marciano chooses to stay abroad.
The team will open training today (Sunday) at Nahal Beer Sheva Park with the new purchasing players – Roi Gordana, Aviv Solomon, Omri Glazer and Iyad Abu Abid. As reported here, Ramzi Spori has been notified that he will return to the squad and be a part of it next season, when Case Ganem will undergo rehabilitation in the team.
As far as the club is concerned, Joshua’s story is far behind and there is no intention to deal with the issue. The players who were waiting for the Portuguese to leave happily made the decision and are waiting for the arrival of Micha, who has quite a few teammates. Kenny Saif is also on the lists and may arrive later this summer. David Keltins is not in the plans and may leave for Betar Jerusalem or Hapoel Haifa who are interested in him.
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