Amr Warda close to joining Greek Super League side – Report

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Egypt international Amr Warda is reportedly nearing a move to Greek Super League outfit OFI Crete in the current transfer window.

Warda had prematurely terminated his contract with AE Larissa and then went on to extend his contract with his parent club PAOK for another season.

However, his PAOK future remains unclear and the winger looks to be on the move during the summer transfer window.

Previous reports have suggested that Panathinaikos could be signing Warda in the summer.

Amr Warda
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Cyprus’ AC Omonia have also expressed interest in acquiring the 27-year-old’s services in the summer but the transfer now reportedly seems unlikely to happen.

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According to a report by Metrosport, Warda has failed to reach an agreement with Omonia officials and the winger has decided to explore other options.

Amr Warda
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The report also added that Warda is nearing a move to OFI Crete, which could be his fifth club in Greece if the Egyptian makes the move.

Warda has represented multiple Greek sides, including Panetolikos, Atromitos, PAOK, and most recently, Larissa.

His best goalscoring season came during his spell at Atromitos, where Warda scored 11 goals and provided seven assists across all competitions in the 2017/18 season.

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