While Maccabi Haifa and Hapoel Beer Sheva have already announced the signings for next season, Maccabi Tel Aviv is also gearing up in preparation for the acquisition campaign. As first reported in Sport1, Dor Peretz received an offer of 410,000 euros per season on a three-year contract with an option, a salary that will be the highest among the Israeli players, if the player answers in the affirmative. It was also announced today (Thursday) that the midfielder has been offered a grant of 40,000 euros for each season he will stay in the team, with every summer there will be a breakout option for 2 million euros.
Peretz briefly asked to consider the offer and assured the club leaders that he would reply as soon as possible. In the event that there is no offer from teams in England, Italy or Germany, the contact is expected to sign a new contract with Maccabi Tel Aviv and will also share the captain’s film with Sharan Yeni.
On another issue, various sources around the club claim that Elon Almog’s name came up as a candidate to move to CBS Ashdod if Dean David reaches the trophy holder. Sport1 has learned that Almog intends to continue with Maccabi Tel Aviv and is not considering leaving, as he wants to do everything to prove to the professional team that his place is in the yellows.
Source: Maariv.co.il – כדורגל ישראלי by sport1.maariv.co.il.
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