Report By: Greg Gavalas
After a stellar start to the season on loan at Atromitos FC from Olympiakos, most signs point to Andreas Tatos staying at Peristeri for the rest of the season.
The attacking midfielder has been in sparkling form in an attacking midfield role and while his manager Yiannis Aggelopoulos has yet to meet with officials from Olympiakos in regards to the player’s future there has been much vindication that he will remain with his current club for the rest of this season.
If all goes to plan and Tatos remains with George Donis’s squad who’s great early form in the Greek Super League has them in 4 th place in the championship, the club from Peristeri will not have to go looking at the market for another attacking midfielder although an outcome should be reached before the year is over.
Tatos has played a vital role in Atromitos’s great start to the season which saw them at the top of the table at one stage and fans are still calling for the midfielders’ inclusion to the Greek National Team.
Wins have not come as easy in the last three weeks for Atromitos which saw the club lose two of its last three games to Skoda Xanthi and PAOK respectively.
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