Yossi Aboksis has been vigorously looking for a left defender in recent days for Bnei Yehuda, and now surprisingly it appears that a new acquisition is on the way to the Hatikva neighborhood – Rami Gershon. Maccabi Haifa is in advanced talks with the Oranges on the loan of the brakeman until the end of the season, when the Greens will participate in his salary if and when the transfer is made.
Dudu Dahan, Gershon’s agent, who is in very good contact with the Bnei Yehuda management, has offered the player in recent days to several teams in the Premier League. The Oranges, for their part, have already signed a reinforcement brake in the current transfer window – Obeida Hatab. The goal was to attach a left defender when there were attempts to sign Matan Balteksa, Uri Megbo and Max Grechkin, but in front of the three the team encountered all sorts of different difficulties that prevented their arrival. Therefore, it was decided to contact Maccabi Haifa.
The Greens will be happy to save the salary of Gershon, who earns about $ 250,000 a season, and thus also free up a budget in the players’ salary for Muhammad Awad, who will return from the loan to King Poznan to the staff. Bnei Yehuda cannot bear 100% of the brakeman’s salary, and Haifa residents, as stated, will participate in his salary if and when the transfer is made.
Gershon, 32, can play as a brake and a left defender. As you may recall, he joined Maccabi Haifa in August 2017 after the Greens overtook Maccabi Tel Aviv and after a debut season in which he made 26 appearances in the Premier League, he was deleted from the rotation and in the last two and a half years made a total of 16 appearances.
Bnei Yehuda is expected to be the seventh stop in Gershon’s career, starting in Hapoel Rishon Lezion and from there continuing to Standard Liege, Kortrijk, Celtic, Vasland-Warren, Ghent and, as mentioned, Maccabi Haifa in the media has played in the last three and a half years. Gershon’s resume includes two championships (in Scotland and Belgium) and 26 appearances for the Israeli national team.
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