Amr Warda, who is a trending football player due to his short-lived runs with various clubs, denied, Tuesday, the latest reports about departing ways with Pharco.
Media reports highlighted that the club terminated its contract with Warda after receiving a recommendation from the club's coach Khaled Galal.
Warda told TV host Moheb Abdel Hady that he contacted Pharco officials after the spark of the latest reports, denying them completely.
He added that he didn't attend various training sessions with the club due to following a program to treat depression.
Warda revealed that he has been suffering from various panic attacks since his crisis with the national Egyptian team in 2019.
Warda signed with Pharco for only one season.
Warda started his international career in 2015 with the Greek Panathinaikos, then he moved to various Greek clubs like PAOK, and Atromitos.
After that, he moved to Cyprus and played for Anorthosis and Apollon which was his final club in Europe before signing for Raja.
Last August, Raja announced Warda as their newest signing, however, Warda departed the team after 2 weeks.
He made a 4-day return to the Cypriot Doxa, but he departed the team and went to the Iranian El Esteghlal. However, he left the team before the official unveil.