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Liverpool sign Olympiakos left-back Kostas Tsimikas

Liverpool have completed the signing of 24-year-old Olympiakos left-back Kostas Tsimikas for a fee of €13 million.

The Premier League champions also put into paper a five-year contract with the 24-year-old who will look into providing additional strength to the squad.

Speaking during teh signing ceremony, Kostas Tsimikas expressed how happy he was to join the Reds.

He continued by noting how it a big club in the world promising to do his best and how much of a honour it was to be there.

Initially, Liverpool were opting to sign Jamal Lewis from Norwich but they ditched their intention following his valuation.

At 24-year of age, Kostas Tsimikas has made 86 appearances for his now former Olympiakos and bagging the Greece cup.

Jurgen Klopp noted hwo happy they were to sign him revealing how they have been closely monitoring him for sometime now.

He continued by praising his level of mentality saying it is the right one needed at the club’s dressing room.

Liverpool sign Olympiakos left-back Kostas Tsimikas
Alex Kiprop
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