Haris Medunjanin returns for second spell at Maccabi Tel Aviv after the 30-year-old Bosnian international successfully underwent a medical this morning and signed a 1.5-year-deal for the club.
Medunjanin, who scored 15 goals in 66 appearances for Maccabi between 2010 and 2012 joins the club from Spanish outfit Deportivo La Coruna on a free transfer and will receive the number 4 shirt.
Maccabi’s CEO Martin Bain: “Obviously Haris has been at Maccabi in the past and both the player and the club have since evolved and developed. We look forward to welcoming his return”.
Sports Director Jordi Cruyff added of the new signing: “In our search for the adequate profile to strengthen the club we really liked the fact that Haris is a talented and mature player with international experience playing for Bosnia. The fact he played in Israel in the past also makes it easy for his adaptation and we want his strong personality and feel that it is the right timing for the player and the club”.
Medunjanin told the clubs’ official website: “I am happy to be here and delighted the club gave me a chance to do what I didn’t in the past and that is winning titles for Maccabi Tel Aviv. I heard that the club has changed since I was last here, and I can’t wait to meet my new and some of my old teammates”.