SUPER LEAGUE: It’s been a turbulent start to the 2019/2020 season for AEK, but that hasn’t stopped Marko Livaja from showing his undoubted talent. AGONAsport investigates.
SUPER LEAGUE: It’s only August, but trouble is already brewing in the AEK camp, with Marko Livaja notably storming off after being substituted in the UEFA Europa League match on Thursday.
SUPER LEAGUE: Tasos Bakasetas has already been sold to Alanyaspor, and as the summer progresses, AEK are expected to consider bids for the likes of the in-demand Vasilis Barkas and captain Petros Mantalos.
SUPER LEAGUE: AEK are still holding out hope of keeping prolific Argentinian striker Ezequiel Ponce in Athens, while Brazilian midfielder Alef confirmed his departure from the club.
GREEK SUPERELEAGUE: Having enjoyed a memorable season in Piraeus, Kostas Fortounis finished in first place of the assist charts in the Super League, with Olympiacos teammate Daniel Podence just behind him in second.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: In the summer, AEK splashed out 1.8 million euros to sign striker Marko Livaja on a permanent basis from Las Palmas, but the Croatian international contrived to receive two red cards in a disastrous UEFA Champions League campaign.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: In a huge blow to AEK Athens’ UEFA Champions League hopes, the influential Helder Lopes and Marko Livaja have been dealt four-match bans for the group stage, in turn giving head coach Marinos Ouzounidis an unwanted headache.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AEK Athens star Marko Livaja officially extended his contract with the Greek champions on Friday, committing his future to the club until 2021.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Croatian forward Marko Livaja is enjoying a renaissance at AEK Athens, rediscovering his potential to emerge as a crucial figure in the Kitrinomavri’s Super League title run.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: In today’s world where money gets thrown about with ease, 1.8 million euros is a drop in the ocean, but AEK’s signing of Marko Livaja is the club’s biggest outlay on a single transfer in a decade.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AEK Athens forward Marko Livaja will remain with the club for a further three years, after the club decided to activate his release clause from Las Palmas.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AGONAsport presents to you the Greek Super League Best XI of the season as voted for by AGONAsport readers and the site’s writers.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: In a blow to AEK Athens, influential Argentinian forward Sergio Araujo and Swedish midfielder Jakob Johansson will be leaving the club in the summer, but there’s positive news surrounding Marko Livaja and coach Manolo Jimenez.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: After AEK Athens sealed the club’s maiden Greek title in 24 years last Sunday against Levadiakos at the Olympic Stadium, AGONAsport takes a look at who were the five key players in the championship winning season.
UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE: Both Ognjen Vranjes and Marko Livaja will not be available to Manolo Jimenez for AEK’s return leg on Thursday away to Dynamo Kyiv.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Marko Livaja was named the Greek SuperLeague’s matchday 13 MVP, receiving this honor for a fourth consecutive week.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Eyebrows were raised when AEK Athens loaned unpredictable Croatian forward Marko Livaja from Spanish club Las Palmas. However, the 24 year old, who came to Athens with a bad boy reputation, has flourished into AEK’s leading force in a powerful attacking line.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Marko Livaja signed his new deal with AEK on Saturday and will wear the #10 jersey next season.
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.