Greek defender Pipa has left English Championship side Huddersfield Town to join Greek champions Olympiakos for an undisclosed fee. Pipa was part of the Huddersfield Town squad who came close to securing Premier League promotion before they were stopped by Nottingham Forest in the Championship playoff final.

New Olympiakos signing Pipa was in the Huddersfield Town team who lost 1-0 to Nottingham Forest in the final of the Championship playoffs. Pipa started the game against the former European champions on the right side of a five-man defence. The new Olympiakos player featured for the entire duration of the game, but he could not save the Terriers from injury. With the win over Huddersfield Town, Nottingham Forest joined Fulham and Bournemouth as the three promoted teams ahead of the new Premier League season.

Pipa, 24, joined Huddersfield Town from Spanish La Liga side Espanyol in 2020 and he went on to make 54 appearances in two seasons. The defensive player was a regular in his debut season with the Terriers, before he lost his status as a regular in the starting XI during his second season at the club.
New Olympiakos signing Pipa made 37 appearances for Huddersfield Town in the English Championship during his first season at the club on the back of his transfer from Catalan team Espanyol.His involvement with Huddersfield Town was reduced drastically in hissecond and final season with the club as he was restricted to eleven starts.
On his move to Olympiakos, Leigh Bromby said Pipa wanted to take advantage of the opportunity to move to the Greek club. Bromby is the head of football operations at Huddersfield Town. According to him, Pipa was very interested in a move to Olympiakos and it's understandable as the player has the opportunity to play in the Champions League.