Arsenal are reportedly ready to sell the £15 million-rated midfielder Mohamed Elneny in the January window (via The Mirror).
He’s become something of a forgotten man at Arsenal after failing to play a single minute in the Premier League.
Mohamed Elneny only joined the Gunners in January 2016 but almost left the club 18 months later with Leicester City interested.
The Egyptian midfielder elected to remain at the club but is now finding it difficult to get time on the pitch, even in cup competitions.
Now, the 26-year-old is linked with an exit from the Emirates with Leicester City reportedly keen on reopening their interest in the player.
Reports suggest that the Gunners will accept offers of £15 million for the player who has 75 appearances for the club in all competitions.
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It’s only a matter of time until Mohamed Elneny leaves Arsenal. Unai Emery doesn’t seem to be the biggest fan of the player and that will only have one conclusion. If the Gunners can get £15 million for a player who hasn’t made a Premier League appearance all season then that will be a great deal.