Liverpool Close To Signing Tsimikas

Matt Thielen
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According to multiple local Greek and Liverpool journalists, Liverpool are close to signing Olympiacos left-back Kostas Tsimikas.

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Liverpool and Olympiacos have entered into advanced negotiations and are close to an agreement for the transfer of Kostas Tsimikas.

According to Costas Nikolakopoulos Liverpool have tabled a second bid of €16,000,000 for the Olympiacos left-back.

Take a quick look at why Liverpool is interested in the left-back

Confirmed by Reputable Sources

To make things even more real, reputable journalists Melissa Reddy has said that the 24-year-old is due to fly into Liverpool for a medical early next week.

Sunday World journalist Kevin Palmer has reported that Michael Edwards met with Olympiacos General Manager Lina Souloukou on Thursday in Wolverhampton (not Blackpool) to finalize a deal for the defender. Palmer went on the confirm the €13,000,000 fee that Melissa Reddy also reported.

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Liverpool were forced to act quickly after their bids for Jamal Lewis were rebuffed. Liverpool were reluctant to spend more on a Robertson’s backup than they actually spent on him.

It looks like Kostas Tsimikas will be Liverpool’s first summer signing. What do you think, Reds?

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