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Yaya Toure completes move to Olympiacos

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Former Barcelona and midfielder, Yaya Toure, returns back to Greek giants, Olympiacos FC, after a one-year spell in 2005.

During his time with the Thrylos, the Ivorian star helped them to win the double before moving on to join AS Monaco and later Barcelona.

The 35-year-old signed for the Greek side as a free agent after the termination of his contract with Manchester City this summer.

His agent, Dimitry Seluk, and the Greek club has released photos of the Ivorian midfielder signing the contract with his new club and upon his arrival, Toure was met by hundreds of fans with flares and chants, celebrating his return.

Toure was linked with moves to Fulham, Arsenal and West Ham United following his departure from the Etihad this season.

READ: Ahmed Hassan ‘Koka’ joins Greek side, Olympiacos.

44-time-Greek Champions, Olympiacos, finished third in the Greek Super League last season behind PAOK and champions AEK Athens.

A pre-dental student majoring in Applied Kinesiology at Rutgers University, Emergency Medical Technician, Reporter at KingFut.com and a devoted Real Madrid fan.

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