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Egypt international Amr Warda linked with move to Germany

Egypt international Amr Warda linked with move to Germany

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Egypt international is reportedly on the radar of relegated Bundesliga side ahead of the summer transfer window.

The 25-year-old spent the second-half of last season on loan at Atromitos from , and the Egyptian is still in the dark about his future with the Greek champions.

Since joining PAOK FC in the January of 2017, Warda has managed to represent the team in 36 games only, and he looks set to leave the club this summer due to a lack of first-team action.

And according to Germany’s leading sports magazine Kicker, 1. FC Nürnberg could be his next destination after they have expressed their interest in signing the Egyptian winger.

1. FC Nürnberg were relegated from the Bundesliga last season after finishing bottom of the league table, managing to win only three games while drawing 10 from 34.

Following their relegation, the club have appointed Austrian manager Damir Canadi, who managed Amr Warda in two stints at Atromitos, as their head coach.

Photo: Atromitos

Under Canadi’s charge, Warda enjoyed his best spell of form in Greece, when Atromitos first signed him on loan during the 2017/2018 season, before re-signing him once again last January.

Overall, Amr Warda has made 43 appearances for Damir Canadi during his time in charge of Atromitos, scoring 13 goals while assisting nine times.

And according to Kicker, they could reunite at 1. FC Nürnberg next season, as the club is set to participate in their 20th season in the second tier of the German football.

They have already made signings for the new season, bringing the likes of Felix Lohkemper, Oliver Sorg, and Robin Hack from 1.FC Magdeburg, Hannover 96, and Hoffenheim respectively.

Warda has only one year left in his contract with PAOK FC, meaning that he can join any club he wants on a free transfer, starting from next January.

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