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Earnshaw joins Maccabi Tel Aviv

    Ambitious Ligat Ha'Al outfit Maccabi Tel Aviv have signed Wales international striker Rob Earnshaw on a season-long loan.

    Capped 58 times by his country, Earnshaw, 31, joins 24 hours after the club announced the arrival of Hassan Abu Zeid from Bnei Yehuda on a four-year deal.

    Maccabi sports director Jordi Cruyff said: "I am delighted with this latest addition.

    "The last day of the transfer window always gives pleasant surprises and this is one of them.

    "His goal-scoring record speaks in itself."

    Assuming the paperwork goes through, Earnshaw, who successfully completed a medical today, could line-up for his new club against defending champions Hapoel Kiryat Shmona on Monday.

    Maccabi currently lie third in the Israeli Premier Division with three wins out of three. Eliran Atar fired a hat-trick in last weekend's 3-1 win at Hapoel Haifa.

    Other deadline day moves saw Dekel Keinan join Maccabi Haifa from Cardiff, while Aivhai Yadin has moved from Hapoel Tel Aviv to Maccabi Haifa.

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