Portuguese club may end Egyptian player’s loan over sexual harassment claims
Portugal’s Feirense might end the loan of Egyptian international football player Amr Warda just three days after both parties have signed the contract, Portuguese media reported on Saturday.
Local newspapers said that the reason for the possible cancellation of the loan was Warda’s involvement in harassment incidents that two wives of his teammates were subject to last Wednesday, after his first match with the team.
He told Egyptian sports website Dot.Koora that he was surprised by the news.
Amr Warda joined CD Feirense in the Premeira Liga after the player’s negotiations with Al-Fateh of Saudi Arabia broke down.
Warda joined Athen’s Panetolikos from Al Ahly in the summer of 2015 and enjoyed a successful 18 months at the club before joining PAOK last winter.
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