Maccabi Tel Aviv is bidding farewell from Luis Hernandez who will join Cadiz after an agreement was reached between the two clubs.

Hernadez told Maccabi’s official website: “Being a professional football player has given me many things in life, one which I value most is having the opportunity to get to know countries, cultures and people from all over the world.

My family and I have fond memories from our stay in Tel Aviv despite the difficulties of adaptation due to the damn COVID. Coming to a historic club like Maccabi has been an experience that I will cherish forever. A huge club, in a wonderful city, with a beautiful culture adorned with great people who maintain the vision of continuing to be as great as ever. I thank all the club’s employees, my fellow teammates, the coaching staff I worked with, the Management, the Owner Mitch Goldhar and the fans for the treatment and affection I received throughout my stay. I leave with the sadness of separating from you all but with the hope and desire that our paths will one day cross in the future.Thanks from the bottom of my heart!!! Luis Hernandez”

Hernandez joined Maccabi Tel Aviv in October 2020 from Spanish outfit Malaga and in his first season played an integral part in the qualification to the Europa League Round of 32 as well as the State Cup Final victory over Hapoel Tel Aviv where he scored the winning goal. In the 2021/22 season Hernandez helped the team reach the Conference League Round of 32 as he made a total of 69 appearances in Yellow and Blue of which 19 in European competitions, scoring three goals. 

The club wishes to thank Luis for his spell at the club and wish him all the best for the future.