West Ham United signs Greek international player Konstantinos Mavropanos


Greek international centre-back player, Konstantinos Mavropanos, has signed a five year contract in the Premier League with West Ham United.

The 25-year-old, also known as Dinos, will return to the Premier League after three years with VfB Stuttgart, according to The Guardian.

West Ham United sealed the deal with German club, VfB Stuttgart, bringing defender, Mavropanos, back to London Stadium.

According to Extra Time, Mavropanos said in an interview with the club, “I am really happy and excited to be here.”

“It’s an exciting time to be joining the club after last season’s Conference League win – and I am really looking forward to the next step in my career. I can promise the fans I will give everything for them and the shirt.”

Konstantinos Mavropanos signs a five year contract in the Premier League with West Ham United.
Konstantinos Mavropanos signs a five year contract in the Premier League with West Ham United.

Mavropanos began his football journey with Athens-based Apollon Smyrnis leading to a professional deal with PAS Giannina in 2016.

West Ham United signs Stuttgart defender Konstantinos Mavropanos.

West Ham’s gaffer, David Moyes, sees this as a strategic move to improve the teams defence.

“We’ve been looking to add to our centre-half options this summer, so it’s good we’ve been able to bring in an international defender of his ability,” Mr Moyes said.

“We’re really looking forward to integrating him into the group.” 

Source: The Guardian and Extra Time




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