Mauro Camoranesi is leaving Italian Juventus to wear the red and white shirt of Greek Olympiacos, ttutojuve.com reported earlier today. The transfer of 33 years old footballer will cost the greek soccer team 2 million euros.
According to RAI SPORT Juventus and Olympiacos have reached the deal, but the final decision is on Camoranesi himself.
His agent Sergio Fortunato said: “Olympiacos is an ambitious team, they always fight for the title and they play in Europe every year. Mauro wants to leave Juventus in friendship”.
According to greeksoccer.com Olympiacos is offering 4 million Euros for AZ Alkmaar forward Moussa Dembele and is interesting in taking Arsenal’s Eduardo on loan, before the start of their UEFA Europa League competition.
With a new majority shareholder in reeder Vaggelis Marinakis, Olympiacos have an added bonus to their summer spending and have already made numerous transfers ahead of their UEFA Europa League tie with Albanian side Besa Kavaje. The Greek side is not only looking for a strong run in European competition but a return to the throne in Greece having had their streak of six consecutive Super League titles snapped by Panathinaikos, writes greeksoccer.com