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Amr Warda plans to leave PAOK permanently and stay in the Greek League

Greek press reports revealed the future of the Egyptian international Amr Warda, the Greek player of PAOK, after leaving the camp of his team PAOK in the Netherlands a few days ago due to personal circumstances.

Warda returned to Greece and did not complete the preparation period with PAOK under the leadership of coach Ravshan Lucescu, and there are reports claiming that the player is looking for a new club.

And the Greek “Sport Dog” network confirmed that Warda wants to leave PAOK permanently and not on loan, as was the case in past seasons.

In the previous days, the player's name was linked to the possibility of moving to Galatasaray, the runner-up of the Turkish League last season, but Warda prefers not to leave the Greek League.

The network added that Amr Warda wants to continue in Greece and join a big team in the league, which can participate in Europe, even if it is not the Champions League.

But no one knows what club will move to sign the player, who prefers to break his contract with PAOK and become free to choose.

Warda's current contract with PAOK expires in June 2022 and its current marketing value is about 1.5 million euros.

Amr Warda, the Greek player of PAOK, raised ambiguity within his team after leaving his team's camp in the Netherlands in preparation for the new season, and returning to Egypt due to a personal problem.

The Greek "novasports" network had revealed that Amr Warda asked PAOK officials to allow him to return to Egypt for several days due to a personal problem.

The Greek network added that the Egyptian player's departure from the team camp came a few days after his return to group training after his dispute with Romanian coach Lucescu.

The Greek network wondered about Amr Warda's situation with the team after leaving the team's camp for his country, especially after the recent incident with the Romanian coach.

Warda had returned to group training for the PAOK team, after the end of his problem with Romanian coach Lucescu, and participated in his team's friendly victory over the Belgian team Charleroi with a clean double, the day before yesterday, Saturday, in light of preparations for the next season.