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The goal: to Enlist the Mountains in the crazy pengacirkus
"Greek football league"

"the Goal: to Enlist the Mountains in the crazy pengacirkus"

"According to the Greek medieuppgifter want to hårdsatsande the Club immediately enlist Marcus Berg, 32."

"the Background is a transfer with very large sums involved where the Swedish landslagsanfallaren to replace Aleksandar Prijovic, 28, who is about to be sold to saudi Al Ittihad."

"Marcus Berg both earn well, about 25 million sek per year, and has been successful in Al Ain in the United arab Emirates. He was both the league's top scorer and champion with the team after the first season and recently reached the final of the club world CUP, but he now has just six months left on his contract."

"During Saturday night, according to several Greek sites, including the Following well-informed Inpaok.com, to the Greek league ledarlag want to enlist the Mountains right now, in the januarifönstret."

"the Salary: over 200 million"

"the Reason is that the Club are about to sell rawalpindi, earlier Djurgårdenspelaren, Aleksandar Prijovic to the saudi Al Ittihad for sek 100 million."

"Prijovic has according to the Greek SDNA been offered a contract over 4.5 years, with the saudi club that would give the serb, who made ten goals for Djurgården 2013-2014, a total salary of over sek 200 million net."

"Prijovic was not on the Paoks training on Saturday because of the negotiations between the clubs."

"Thessalonikiklubben the Club, which has a strong economy in large part thanks to financing from the owner and the president of the republic, Greklandsryssen Ivan Savvidis, leads the league and is on the way to his first mästartitel since 1985."

"But to drop their top scorer in this mode to the Club quickly to make it clear with a replacement that ”guaranteed” work in the Greek league – Marcus Berg."

"Why should Paok, where the Bergs good friend Pontus Wernbloom already, be prepared to pay the whole 30 million for the 32-year-old swede, who only has six months left on his contract with Al Ain."

"the Club is also offering the swede a contract over 2.5 years which gives a salary of about 20 million annually net. "

"Not controversial transition"

"Marcus Berg is an icon at the Club after their seasons in Atenklubben, but a move to the Club would not be the most controversial since the two clubs developed a particular cooperation in the last few years."

"When Sportbladet ahead of the ongoing season with Al Ain, interviewed Marcus Berg in August and asked if the then data of interest for him from other clubs – it was already then on the Left – then said Berg:"

"– There have been various european clubs and some Greek who showed interest. I'm in a good club and has a contract with one year left, so I have not had any thoughts on swapping club now in the summer."

"Sportbladet have searched Marcus Berg for a comment."

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