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Odjidja-Ofoe Leaves Legia for Olympiacos

Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe, Legia's best player this season has departed the club for Greece / Twitter
Odjidja-Ofoe Leaves Legia for Olympiacos

WARSAW, Poland. July 11 (PSN) – Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe has transferred from Legia Warsaw to Olympiacos FC.

The transfer was confirmed by the Greek club this week on its official website.

According to reports, the Polish champions have received around €3 million for the midfielder. The Belgian signed a three-year contract with the Greek club.

The 28-year-old arrived at the Lazienkowska in August of last year. In the captial team he played in 42 games in all competitions. There he scored five goals and recorded 14 assists.

Vadis was originally brought to Legia by former coach Besnik Hasi. Now the the Albanian coach has brought him over to Olympiakos, which last season reached the championship of Greece and will play in the qualifying round for the UEFA Champions League.

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