On Tuesday, Olympic silver medalist Konstantinos Mourikis lifted his 11th trophy of the Greek champion as a player of Olympiacos.
But, it can be the last domestic trophy for the 35-year-old center-forward with Olympiacos.
Last week, Greek Gazzetta.gr, reported that Mourikis might leave Olympiacos to join Panionios, the club he played for between 2006 and 2011 (before arriving at Olympiacos).
In the meantime, several sources have confirmed that it’s almost certain that Mourikis will play for Panionios. But, neither the club nor the player commented on that yet.
Mourikis retired from the national team of Greece after winning the silver medal at the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games. Before that, he won bronze at the 2015 World Championships, two medals in the World League.
As a player of Olympiacos, Morukis lifted the Champions League in 2018 and many trophies in Greece.
Panionios has big plans. The club announced that Montenegrin Nikola Moskov and goalkeeper Konstantinos Galanidis, who won silver with Greece at the Tokyo Olympic Games, had returned to Panionios. Moskov played for Steaua, and Galanidis for Palaio Faliro in this season.