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Katsouranis linked with sensational AEK return
- Updated: October 15, 2012
Sacked Panathinaikos midfielder Kostas Katsouranis has been linked with a sensational return to former club AEK Athens.
Greece international Katsouranis made headlines when he recently had his contract terminated by Panathinaikos, after falling out with the club’s heirarchy.
The 33 year-old was nonetheless called up by Fernando Santos for the crunch World Cup qualifiers with Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovakia.
Katsouranis has reportedly already made contact with the AEK administration, who recently appointed Ewald Lienen as the club’s new manager.
His move to the club could be dependent however on a potential takeover by businessman Dimitris Vintiadis, with AEK still plagued by debt.
Lienen will no doubt be desperate to add the former Benfica man to his squad, which lacks both experience and depth and is currently rooted to the bottom of the Greek Super League table.
If the move eventuates, Katsouranis will be returning to a cub where he made over 100 appearnaces between 2002 and 2006, establishing himself as a fan favourite before his eventual move to rials Panathinaikos.