GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Marcus Berg was officially announced by Al Ain on Wednesday in a transfer deal that closed at a disappointing €2.5 million for Panathinaikos. Although Berg was the star with the Athenian club, the transfer fee does not reflect his actual quality especially when compared to past transfer deals involving Greek clubs.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: While the club is facing a variety of issues on and off the pitch, making the future look rather bleak to say the least, Panathinaikos has nonetheless been ranked as the best Greek team in the UEFA Champions League. **VIDEO**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Viktor Klonaridis is expected to arrive in Greece on Wednesday to finalize his deal with AEK while it looks as if Marko Livaja will join the Kitrinomavri on a loan deal from Las Palmas.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Many teams have expressed interested in Olympiacos youngster Panagiotis Retsos with multiple offers arriving at Olympiacos’ offices. However, the club has set a very large price tag on the youngster and are not looking to let him go.
GREEK BASKETBALL ABROAD: Giannis Antetokounmpo was awarded with another distinct honor as he was named the NBA’s “Most improved player” for the 2016/17 season. He was also named to the NBA’s All-defensive second team.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Coach Marinos Ouzounidis and club president Giannis Alafouzos met to discuss the team's plans for the new season. Berg’s move to Al Ain will likely be finalized in the coming days while Omri Altman is expected to be the club’s first signings.
GREEK BASKETBALL: Giannis and Thanasis Antetokounmpo appeared on stage at the Onassis Cultural Center and talked about their painful struggle in their early days in Greece where their parents had arrived as immigrants from Nigeria.
BLOGS (GRAHAM WOOD): Another one bites the dust. It’s a hard life. Nope, I’m not just randomly quoting Queen song titles. I’m talking about Marcus Berg of course. While the sorry saga involving his move to the UAE is likely to run for some time yet, one thing is certain. The Sweden star will never wear a Panathinaikos shirt again.
WOMEN'S GREEK NATIONAL BASKETBALL TEAM: The Women’s Greek national basketball team put together another great display at the Eurobasket Women tournament, but fell 77-55 to France in the semi-finals. Tomorrow the Ethniki will play Belgium in the third place game with hopes of winning the bronze medal. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The current situation at Panathinaikos has the club’s fans worried for the upcoming season ahead. The Prasini are facing numerous problems and many players have started to question the reliability of the president and administration. The severity of the situation will clear up during the club’s first training session of the season which is set to take place in a few days.