The 25-year-old winger has flown to Europe for his medical, and pending its outcome and the agreement of personal terms, Oar will sign for the Cypriot club. Despite Oar being contracted to the Roar for another season, it’s understood the three-time A-League champions won’t receive a transfer fee for the Gold Coast product. Instead, the Roar will receive money from Apoel if Oar meets targets and expectations with his new club.
The 32-year-old Spanish winger was absent from the club’s weekend awards night after having ankle surgery last Thursday. He’s expected to be able to train again in three months, but whether it’s with the Roar remains unknown. It’s understood the Roar have offered Arana a new deal, but there’s doubt it meets his expectations. Arana made 24 appearances and scored two goals in all competitions for Brisbane in all competitions during the club’s 2016-17 campaign.
With centre-forward Jamie Maclaren, wide man Brandon Borrello and creative spark Thomas Broich all having played their last matches for the club, the Roar have recruitment work ahead of them in the off-season. Coach John Aloisi and football director Craig Moore are set to head overseas on a scouting mission, with their stops to include Brazil, where Moore has made some key contacts on previous visits to the South American country.
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