Reds striker moves to Greece

Image: Nemeth: Olympiakos switch

Liverpool have confirmed Krisztian Nemeth has joined Greek club Olympiakos.

Young striker moves on after failing to feature in first-team

Liverpool have confirmed Krisztian Nemeth has joined Greek club Olympiakos. The Hungary striker joined the Reds from MTK Hungaria three years ago but never broke into the first team and the 21-year-old follows former Anfield winger Albert Riera, who also moved to Olympiakos this summer. Moises Hurtado has also joined Nemeth in Athens after signing a three-year contract on Wednesday. The Spanish defensive midfielder put an end to his 11-year spell at Espanyol to join Ernesto Valverde's revolution for a reported fee of 2million Euros. "Olympiakos announces the signing of Moises Hurtado from Espanyol. The Spanish player has signed a three-year contract," the Greek club confirmed. Valverde has been busy recruiting a new-look Olympiakos team for the campaign with Dennis Rommedahl, Marko Pantelic and David Fuster already acquired as they look to wrestle the Greek title from cross-city rivals Panathinaikos.

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