A player accused of harassment is presented to Zamalek... and the club sets a "disciplinary" condition to complete the deal

Players' agents offered the services of the Egyptian international player, Amr Warda, to Zamalek club officials to join his ranks during the summer transfer period.

The idea of ​​contracting with Amr Warda, who was previously accused of harassment cases, received the approval of club officials after the French coach agreed to contract him, according to Egyptian media assertions.

And "Emirates Today" learned that the Zamalek administration stipulated to contract with the player that he sign a clause in the contract that in the event of any behavior outside the text or related to his accusation again of harassment, that the contract be terminated without the club incurring any financial fines as a result of the termination of the contract.

Warda was attacked after the accusation of harassing an Egyptian model in 2019 while he was with the Pharaohs team in Cairo, and Greek newspapers also reported that the same player harassed a Greek journalist.

And the Greek newspaper "On Sports" reported, in June 2020, that Warda harassed a journalist named Demi Stamatlia, noting that he was playing at PAOK Thessaloniki at the time.

In January 2013 in Tunisia, Warda was accused of storming one of the youth camp hotel rooms and assaulting a French girl.

He was also excluded from the list of PAOK Thessaloniki, after he was accused of harassment issues, and the club's management decided at the time to loan him to the Portuguese club Firenze for a year.

Only three days passed from his participation in the Portuguese club's training, until the Portuguese press came out attacking him and accusing him of harassing two of the wives of his new team players, and the club's management issued an official decision to terminate his contract, to return to his Greek club.

The Greek club El Larissa had expelled Warda from its ranks for reasons that have not been disclosed until now.

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