Football Club Olympiacos have approved on a deal with football club Liverpool to auction the Greek international defender Mr Kostas Tsimikas, with the player leaving into England to finalised a deal that could stand worth up to euro €16.5million.
The player Tsimikas has originated as a significant target for football club Liverpool and talks between football club Olympiacos manager Lina Souloukou, and Fc Liverpool's transfer negotiator Me Michael Edwards has been ongoing for (10) ten days.
While Football club Liverpool has been tied with a move to sign the Norwich player full-back Mr Jamal Lewis in current days, the player (Tsimikas) has been ensured by football club Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp that he was his initial choice hiring in the left-back position, as he glances to propose back-up to Mr Andy Robertson in that role.
The payment of Euro €16.5million is more than football club Liverpool initially bid for the player Tsimikas.
However, the football club Olympiacos adjusting team led by Mr Souloukou are assumed to be satisfied with the bargain that has been decided, as they think a sense of satisfaction in selling one of their academy players to the new winner of champions of England cup.
Mr Tsimikas flew to England on Sunday and is expected to undergo a medical on Monday (09/08/2020), with the information set to be verified by both clubs as soon as the fine details are assumed.
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