Is Tomer Hemed on the way to a particularly surprising destination? Tonight (Thursday to Friday) it was reported on the “stuff” website that Ex Brighton is in contact with the Wellington Phoenix team from New Zealand, which plays in the Australian league.
The club have signed 33-year-old Hemed as a potential replacement for Gary Hopper who left for India at the end of his contract and the club are hoping to get their hands on the striker who in his only Premier League season scored two goals in 16 appearances. In Queens Park Rangers and Charlton.
Today, as is well known, Hemed is a free agent after his contract with Brighton came to an end and Charlton chose not to keep him after being relegated to the English Premier League, the third in nature. Wellington Phoenix finished the season last August in third place after 26 rounds, but lost to Perth Glory in the playoffs. The 2020/21 season in Australia will kick off at the end of December.
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