Calcalist reported Tuesday that Agassi had rejected an offer to serve as the company's deputy chairman. The offer was made to him by Chairman Idan Ofer.
In addition, Agassi was said to have a shaky relationship with senior Better Place Israel officials. Better Place Israel CEO Moshe Kaplinsky reportedly told Idan Ofer a month ago that he could no longer work with Agassi.
Better Place has informed its investors that it needs an emergency capital injection of $130 million to continue its activity.