Paddy Najar and Daniel Solomon signed with Hapoel Nof Hagalil

Hapoel Nof Hagalil, the newcomer to the Premier League, continues to build the squad for next season and today (Tuesday) signed defender / stopper Paddy Najar, who last season played for Bnei Yehuda and eventually went down with them to the national team.

Najar The 23-year-old, who was acquired by Maccabi Tel Aviv about five years ago as a player of the youth team, has played for Leumit in the Betar Tel Aviv / Bat Yam uniform for the past two years and at the same time was a player of the young Israel team. “Yaffa, hoping to contribute to the success of Hapoel Nof Hagalil, is looking forward to the premiere training,” he said after the signing.

Beyond Najjar, Ramat Hasharon municipal contact Daniel Solomon also signed with the team. The latter was in fact the first actor with whom the heads of the Galilee landscape held talks and now, after returning from a private vacation, the contacts have been completed and he has signed. They will join Stefan Marinovich, Matan Inbar and Dolev Azulai who returned from Maccabi Netanya

As is well known, these days in the Galilee landscape, they are waiting for the final decision of Maccabi Haifa in the case of the brakeman David Aqua. The latter played in the Galilee landscape last season and has already expressed a willingness to continue with a team in the Premier League as well, but has not yet received a final release from the Greens. In the Galilee landscape, they are also interested in strengthening the offensive part, and among the names, Dor Galili from the Ness Ziona and Ben Azobel sections from Maccabi Netanya.

Paddy Najar | Hapoel Nof Hagalil

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