According to ‘Przeglad Sportowy’, Legia Warsaw has accepted an offer for Henrik Ojamaa from a Cyprus club, Anorthosis Famagusta (13 times Cyprus Champions, last time in 2008)
Estonian football fans shall remember about Anarthosis from 2012 Europa League second qualifier when Levadia lost 1-6 on aggregate to the club founded in 1911.
According to ‘PS’, Legia gave the green light to the Estonian striker to look for a new club.
Now it is up to Ojamaa to decide whether to move to the Mediterranean island or not.
Earlier this summer, Ojamaa's name was associated with interest from Beita Jerusalem and from his former club, Motherwell FC.
Whereas he refused the first option through the explicit words of his agent, the latter solution was not feasible due to the nature of the offer made by the Scottish club. In fact the intention was to take Henrik back on loan instead of re-purchasing the player from Legia.