Arsenal ‘have NO intention of letting Mohamed Elneny leave this month’ despite Besiktas eyeing second loan move for the Egyptian midfielder
- Mohamed Elneny made 36 appearances for Besiktas on loan last season
- Reports had suggested the Turkish side were lining up another move this month
- But Arsenal are set to hold firm and resist any bids for the 28-year-old midfielder
- The Egyptian has made 19 appearances across all competitions this season
Arsenal are not preparing to part ways with midfielder Mohamed Elneny this month despite being linked with a return to Besiktas, according to reports.
The 28-year-old spent last season on loan at the Turkish side and went on to make 36 appearances after former Gunners boss Unai Emery deemed him surplus to requirements.
Earlier this week, Turkish outlet Aksam reported Sergen Yalcin’s side are now keen to bring the Egyptian back on loan or even potentially on a permanent basis for a £6.3million (€7m) fee.
Arsenal are not preparing to part ways with midfielder Mohamed Elneny this month