Ben Shehar is one of the leading names for strengthening Hapoel Tel Aviv next season. In order for this to mature, the striker will have to lower his demands and compromise on a lower salary than he earned at Hapoel Beer Sheva and Epoel Nicosia. A source close to the Reds said: “In the January transfer window there was talk, Nir Klinger and the owner talked to Shehar, but there was no breakthrough on his part. If the financial demands are right for Hapoel Tel Aviv, we can move forward in negotiations.”
Shahar has a contract for another season at Apoel Nicosia, to which he was loaned out this summer for two years from Hapoel B’Shlosha. Shahar will end his contract with the WC at the end of the 2022/23 season.
Hapoel Tel Aviv are trying to finally end negotiations with Nir Klinger. The club’s surroundings say that it is possible that tomorrow (Friday) it will be officially announced that the coach will continue for another season. Ahead of the game against Bnei Yehuda on Saturday (18:30, live broadcast on Sports4), Omri Altman is set to return to the squad after recovering from an ankle injury. The desire is for the captain to get minutes and get into things ahead of the semi-finals of the State Cup on Tuesday against Betar Tel Aviv / Bat Yam.
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