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Costas Stafylidis moves to Fulham

West London club Fulham, relegated from the Premier League last season, signed Greek international left-back Costas Stafylidis on loan from Germany's Bayer Leverkusen on Wednesday.

The Championship club said it had an option to make the transfer of the 20-year-old, who has one cap for Greece, permanent at the end of the season.

He joins Costas Mitroglou at Craven Cottage although the Greek international striker is more than likely moving elsewhere this summer.

[Reuters]

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