Butina agrees Greek move

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Croatian goalkeeper Tomislav Butina has agreed to join Greek side Olympiakos in the summer.

Butina had been plying his trade for Belgian side Brugge, but has opted to move on at the end of the season.

The Croatian will sign a three-year deal with the Greek giants and will join them after he has represented his country in the World Cup in Germany this summer.

31-year-old Butina will remain with his Belgian side until then and will play out the rest of the Jupiler League season.

The arrival of the new goalkeeper will be the third new signing for Olympiakos who have already secured the services of Marco Ne and Michael Zewlakow for next season.

Olympiakos are also looking to sign another Croatian, with Hertha Berlin defender Josip Simunic in talks with Trond Sollied's side.

"I know that they want me and that's why I spoke to Trond Sollied a week ago. He told me that he wants me to join Olympiakos.

"I want to play in the Champions League and Olympiakos can offer me this chance.

"My agent has told me that we have many offers from European clubs but I see the Greek option as a very positive one."