With former club Marseille uninterested in re-signing the French forward, Florian Thauvin may look to Greece for his return to European football. The 30-year-old is now a free agent after his contract at Tigres UANL in Mexico was terminated.
Olympiacos and Serie A’s Udinese are reportedly interested in the former World Cup winner, but the Greek side may have the necessary pull factor to retrieve him from Mexico. As reported by Ignazio Genuardi, Olympiacos manager Míchel and player Mathieu Valbuena have both been in contact with Thauvin to convince him to move to the Piraeus side.
The right-winger had previous spells in France at Grenoble, Bastia, and Lille before a move to the French Riviera. He spent one season at Marseille before a brief move to Newcastle United. He was then loaned back to Les Olympiens before a permanent move was finalised. Across 227 appearances for Marseille in Ligue 1, he accrued 76 goals and 48 assists.
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