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Olympiacos, Karmos and his mandatory buyout clause… – Kostas Nikolakopoulos

Olympiacos, Karmos and his mandatory buyout clause… – Kostas Nikolakopoulos

• How does the Karmos case develop? Olympic; No good news yet, judging by Paula’s report today.

• The Portuguese newspaper claims that Olympiacos is trying to reach an agreement less than the release clause of 18 million euros, which is the amount of the release clause for his purchase, but to no avail so far, and the result is that the player may appear within two weeks in the team to which he belongs and begin training normally. .

• According to the newspaper “A Bola”, all scenarios are open regarding the Carmo issue, as no other offer has yet appeared for a player from another team convincing for Porto, despite the presence of rumors about Wolverhampton and Leicester City.

• The report states, among other things, about Olympiacos that “the Greek club is desperately trying to get Karmos back, but a new loan deal with such a high purchase option can only be possible if it includes a mandatory buy-out clause for the summer of 2025.”

• As A Bola pointed out, Porto is trying to sign Mika Faje from Barcelona, ​​and selling Carmo would help open the door to signing the Senegalese youngster. But let us note that the young Barcelona goalkeeper plays with his left foot. Just in January, Porto bought another left-footed goalkeeper, Otavio from Famalicao for €12 million. So, logic says that Carmo, who is also a left-footer, will leave…

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