Fetfatzidis & Evangelou set to sign with Olympiacos, Risvanis to be traded for Gianniotis
Ioannis Fetfatzidis and Stefanos Evangelou are set to sign with Olympiacos while a trade between Olympiacos and Atromitos for Andreas Gianniotis and Spyros Risvanis is set to take place.
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Ioannis Fetfatzidis is set to make a return to Olympiacos after a 5-year absence from the club. The Greek winger has agreed to terms with the Piraeus side and is expected to put pen to paper either today or tomorrow on a new deal. Fetfatzidis will sign a 3-year contract with annual earnings of 500,000 Euros.
Andreas Gianniotis will be returning to Olympiacos on a trade deal with Atromitos. Olympiacos will activate the return clause in Gianniotis’ current contract with Atromitos and instead of paying the Peristeri club 300,000 Euros for the player, Olympiacos will give Spyros Risvanis on a free transfer in exchange for the goalkeeper. The deal is what Atromitos were looking for and both sides are content with the trade. Atromitos will keep their rock defense, Risvanis, while Olympiacos will gain their number one man under the goalposts for the new season after his spectacular year in the SuperLeague.
Former Panathinaikos defender, Stefanos Evangelou, has also agreed to terms with Olympiacos and will sign along with Fetfatzidis. Although the 20-year old will join Olympiacos, it is not certain if he will remain with the club for the new season. Reports state that he could be given on loan for the 2018/19 campaign, however this depends if Dimitris Nikolaou will remain with the Erythrolefki for the new season (has drawn interest from Germany).
Olympiacos are eager to complete the signing of Rodrigo Moledo from Internacional. The player wants to join the Piraeus outfit, however Olympiacos have yet to agree on a deal with Internacional for the player’s transfer. In addition to Moledo, Cristian Lema is also a priority on Martins’ transfer list for the backline. Developments on both cases are expected to take place this week.