BLOGS (THEO BOURAS): AGONAsport’s Olympiacos contributor, Theo Bouras, talks about Marcus Berg’s hesitation to join Olympiacos while also discussing the EPO’s wrong doings with the Ethniki and Karaiskaki Stadium.
SUPER LEAGUE: Recently, it seemed certain prolific Swedish striker Marcus Berg would sign for Olympiacos, but reports are now suggesting the transfer has been called off.
SUPER LEAGUE: Former Panathinaikos star Marcus Berg is involved in negotiations with Olympiacos concerning a move to Piraeus, while attacking midfielder Kostas Fortounis is wanted by West Ham United.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The summer has well and truly begun for Olympiacos, with the management having already penned a permanent deal with Jose Sa while French star Mathieu Valbuena is on his way. AGONAsport analyses the situation.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Nick Tsambouniaris looks back on shrewd Panathinaikos signings over the past few years amidst financial turmoil.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: This season, Kostas Fortounis has been almost unstoppable for Olympiacos as he rediscovers himself as a player, and the Piraeus giants are keen to renew his contract amid interest from Turkey.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Following the departure of striker Aleksandar Prijovic, PAOK are searching for a replacement, with rumours now suggesting they will move for Leo Bonatini instead of Marcus Berg.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Instead of meeting with PAOK owner Ivan Savvidis, Serbian striker Aleksandar Prijovic flew back to Belgrade, from where he will travel to Saudi Arabia for his official presentation as an Al Ittihad player.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: In recent weeks, Olympiacos have picked up form again with Portuguese manager Pedro Martins, however they’re eager to sign a new striker in the upcoming January transfer window.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Andres Chavez made his move to Panathinaikos official on Thursday after signing a 3-year contract with the Prasini. The Argentine striker will wear #9 this season, the number that was worn by Panathinaikos’ former captain Marcus Berg.
SPECIAL TRIBUTE (MARCUS BERG): Last week, Marcus Berg departed Panathinaikos for Al Ain yet no one can deny that the Swede contributed a lot to the Trifylli. Surely, a player like Berg will be missed by the club’s fans as apart from a natural leader and fan favorite, he was a true asset on the pitch. AGONAsport looks at Berg’s most memorable moments with the Trifylli.
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.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: As of Wednesday, Marcus Berg is officially a player of Al Ain. The UAE club announced the signing of the Sweden international, who signed a 2-year contract.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos and Al Ain have reached a deal for Marcus Berg’s move to the UAE and the official announcement is expected tomorrow.
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.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos and Marcus Berg have restarted negotiations for the Swede’s move to Al Ain.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The Marcus Berg-Panathinaikos saga took a major and unsavoury turn on Tuesday as the Greens launched an appeal to FIFA for in response to an audacious move by the striker to appeal also to world football’s governing body to have his contract terminated.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Al Ain’s interest in Marcus Berg is no longer a rumor but the real deal, with the UAE club in negotiations with the Panathinaikos to acquire the Swede international. Berg told Panathinaikos president Yiannis Alafouzos that he wants to leave Panathinaikos and sign with Al Ain.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: According to recent reports, Panathinaikos star Marcus Berg is close to a move to Al Ain from the United Arab Emirates.