Olympiakos have completed the
signing of former Manchester United goalkeeper Roy Carroll, the
Greek champions have announced.
The 34-year-old has signed a one-and-a-half-year contract
with Ernesto Valverde's team after impressing during a
five-month spell at OFI Crete.
"I am very happy to come to such a club, it is a great
honour for me to play for best team in Greece," former Northern
Ireland keeper Carroll told Olympiakos's official website.
"I will do everything I can to contribute to the success of
the club. I am looking forward to the games in the Europa League
and my return to European competition.
"I hope next year to play in the Champions League, because
we all want to play at the top level, but to do that we have to
win the championship."
Carroll moved to OFI last August in a bid to resurrect his
career and gained plaudits for his displays in the Super League
for the Cretan club, who are seventh in the 16-team table.
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