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Warda demands €600,000 to stay in Cyprus, linked with Zamalek – Report


Egypt international Amr Warda is believed to be demanding a hefty sum of €600,000 to stay at Cypriot outfit Anorthosis Famagusta.

Warda completed his move to Cypriot First Division side Αnorthosis Famagusta FC last summer after falling out of favour with his manager, , at PAOK.

The 28-year-old had an outstanding season with Anorthosis scoring 11 goals and providing nine assists in 41 games across all competitions.

However, it seems his time in could be coming to an end after failing to agree with Anorthosis Famagusta on a new deal.


According to a report by Omada, Warda is asking for an annual salary of €600,000 to stay and become the highest-paid footballer in the country.

However, the club made it clear to Warda that his demands are high and talks over a contract renewal have fallen through.


Warda also revealed that he will not be playing for any other team in Cyprus and will seek a move to another country.

The report added that Warda could return to Egypt and Cairo giants Zamalek, arch-rivals of his boyhood club Al Ahly.

The winger rose through the youth ranks at Al Ahly and has enjoyed stints at , Panetolikos, PAOK, Atromitos Athen, AE Larisa, and Volos NPS.

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