Harambee Stars winger Paul Were has signed a new one year deal with Greek side PAE Aigaleo the club has confirmed.
Were joined the club at the start of the year from AFC Leopards but his season was disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic with the country yet to resume football.
In a statement, the club noted: “PAE AIGALEO 1931 is pleased to announce the renewal of cooperation for another year with Paul Were Ooko.”
The news comes a day after Were’s countrymate Aboud Omar was confirmed at Greek side PAE Ionikos for an undisclosed period.
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Were has featured for different teams in Greece with Egaleo being his fifth team in the country. The other teams he has featured for in the country include Trikala, Kalatama, Archanaikos and AEL Kalloni.
Apart from his Greece outing, the winger has featured for Kaysar (Kazakhstan), Amazulu FC (South Africa), AFC Leopards and Tusker FC in the local scene.
The player was part of the Harambee Stars team that participated in the 2019 African Cup of Nations
Based in Athens, Egaleo was founded in 1946, and hosts its home matches at Stavros Mavrothalassitis Stadium. They participate in the Football League (Greece third tier) and has blue as their home colours.
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