CISSE ON LIVERPOOL, ARSENAL RADAR

Olympiakos defender PapeAbouCisse is attracting the interest of some teams in the Premier League. This is according to the report from Greek news portal OnSports which also revealed that Olympiakoshave an asking price of at least €10m for the giant defender.


Arsenal and Liverpool have an interest inCisse. The Olympiakos defender has less than two years remaining on his contract with the Greek Super League champions.

ABADA REVEALS OLYMPIAKOS INTEREST

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New Celtic signing LielAbada has disclosed that Greek champions Olympiakos wanted to sign him in the summer.The Israeli international revealed the interest from Olympiakos in an interview with the Daily Record. According to him, Olympiakos and other clubs wanted to sign him this summer.


Israeli national team star Abada also mentioned that a club based in the United States of America wanted to sign him and that he has no regrets signing for Scottish Premiership outfit Celtic. The immediate past Scottish Premiership champions paid £3.5m to secure the transfer of Abada from Maccabi Petah Tikva.

GREECE: OLYMPIAKOS UP TO THIRD

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Olympiakos have moved into the top three on the Greek Super League table after claiming their first big win of the new season. The defending champions of top flight football in Greece lived up to their tag as overwhelming favouritesin the home win over ApollonSmyrni. ApollonSmyrni were on the end of a 4-1 defeat at the hands of hosts Olympiakos.

Francisco Soares also known as Tiquinho was the hero for Olympiakos during the big home win over Apollon. The Brazilian striker scored twice in the second half to add to the first half strike from Greek national team player GiorgiosMasouras. Winger Masouras gave the hosts the lead as early as the eighth minute and there were no further goals until the start of the second half.

WHAT NEXT FOR LUIZ AS TRANSFER TO OLYMPIACOS STILL UNSURE

Arsenal defender David Luiz is having a hard time trying to get a new club that he will play for this season. The Brazilian central defender has already been told by Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta that he has been deemed surplus to requirements and is no longer needed at the club but he has been facing some difficulties as he continues his search for a new club before the closure of the summer transfer window.

OLYMPIAKOS MOVE UNLIKELY FOR ARSENAL WINGER

Olympiacos manager Pedro Martins is keen to add a new winger to his squad this summer and the club was in talks with the Gunners over Nelson before attention shifted elsewhere as reported by the Daily Express. It was revealed that Olympiacos are in talks with Turkish champions Beskitas over the signing of winger Georges-Kevin Nkoudou who was a flop at Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur.

LUIZ'S OLYMPIACOS MOVE CURRENTLY PUT ON PAUSE

Arsenal defender David Luiz could start to look for another club this summer as reports have claimed that his move to the Greek side Olympiacos has been out on a halt. The Brazilian defender was told by Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta that he no longer has a future at the club and that he can start looking for another club to join this summer. It then emerged that the Greek side had already registered interest in signing the former Chelsea star but after holding the first round of negotiations with the player, they could not agree to his wage demands and it put the transfer on hold.

WOLVES ARE FAVOURITES FOR OLYMPIAKOS GOALKEEPER

Premier League outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers are favourites to land Olympiakos shot stopper Jose Saaccording to Greek journalist Giannis Chorianopoulos. The sportime reporter said this via his official Twitter handle. He said that Olympiakos goalkeeper Sa has been targeted as a replacement for Rui Patricio who's on course to leave the club this summer.

TSMISKAS FOCUSED ON STAYING AT LIVERPOOL

Greek international Kostantinos Tsimikas is completely focused on staying at Premier League outfit Liverpool despite his little playing time at the club. This is according to Sportime journalist Giannis Chrorianopoulos. The media personnel said via his Twitter handle that there is no sign that the player will leave Liverpool when the transfer window reopens in the next few weeks. Giannis added that the Greek national team left-back is 100% focused on his career at Anfield.

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