After only one year in Serie A, Venice was officially relegated to the second division in Italy today (Saturday). As a result, the contract of Dor Peretz, the team’s Israeli midfielder, will end automatically and he will be allowed to look for a new team for next season.
Peretz, it will be recalled, arrived in Venice last summer for free – as he was a free agent when he left Maccabi Tel Aviv – and signed a three-year contract. Net 1.1 million net (excluding bonuses) However, now that his team has been relegated, the question arises as to what the future holds for Burst?
The option to stay in Venice does exist, but there are estimates that Peretz will not want to continue under the contract and will look for a new career destination. What is certain, however, is that the preferred option for the relationship is to stay in Europe and exhaust the possibilities to the fullest.
At the same time, the comeback option for Maccabi Tel Aviv, the team where Peretz grew up and played most of his years in Israel, is always on the table. As mentioned, he will want to explore the options overseas beforehand.
Peretz played 16 league games in Serie A this season, in which he completed only 461 minutes and cooked once. In the Italian Cup he added three more appearances (616 minutes) and cooked once more. The little credit he received increased slightly in the decisive stages of the season, when Peretz even started in the lineup once.
breach. Will stay in Italy? (Getty Images)