- Fortounis Extends Contract with Olympiacos -
Kostas Fortounis has signed a contract extension with Olympiacos which will keep him with the Erythrolefki until 2020. The new deal has a high release clause and it will increase Fortounis’ yearly earnings. Additionally, Dominguez’s contract was extended for one more year while Andreas Bouchalakis will remain with the club until 2020.
Fortounis new contract extends his stay in Piraeus to 2020 (previously 2019). With the new deal, Fortounis will now earn roughly €1 million a year, doubling his previous agreement with the club (€400,000). In the scenario of a transfer, before 2020, his new contract has a release clause of €20 - €25 million. Fortounis had a tremendous season with Olympiacos and has caught the eyes of many European clubs. With the new deal, anyone interested in Fortounis will need to pay a hefty amount to Olympiacos to acquire the rising Greek star. Similar to Fortounis, Bouchalakis also extended his contract with the club until 2020.
Olympiacos decided to activate the expansion clause in Chori Dominguez’s current contract and the Argentinian playmaker will remain with the club for one more season. There were rumors that the Greek Champions would not progress with the expansion clause, but according to Live Sport, Dominguez will wear the Erythrolefka for another year.
Source: LiveSport; Image Source: sentragol.com