The veteran Greece international, who was part of the squad that triumphed at Euro 2004 in Portugal, is open to offers from other English clubs but will not stay at Craven Cottage
By Ed Aarons
Giorgos Karagounis is set to play his final game for Fulham against Swansea on Sunday, according to the player's agent.
The 36-year-old signed a one-year contract with the Cottagers at the beginning of the season and has made 24 Premier League appearances under boss Martin Jol.
His performances saw Karagounis voted as runner-up behind Dimitar Berbatov in the club's Player of the Year Awards last week, and he was rated in the top 10 in Opta's passing accuracy stats.
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"It is most likely that Sunday will be the last game that Giorgos will play for Fulham," he said.
"He's had a terrific year and the Premier league was a great experience. There would be options for him to stay in England and would consider any challenges that may be available. It's very good that the fans of Fulham have recognised his contributions this season to vote him as the second best player and he will always have them in his heart."
Karagounis has amassed 124 caps for Greece and was part of the team that won the 2004 European Championship.
Jol has stated on several occasions that he wanted the former Panathinaikos, Inter and Benfica star to stay at Fulham, but Tountouris admitted that is now unlikely, with Karagounis targeting the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
"I don't want to comment on any further details about discussions with Fulham but the bottom line is that he will move on," he added.