Turkish club waiting for Arsenal to respond to their offer for midfielder

Galatasaray remains keen on adding Mohamed Elneny to their squad in the January transfer window and the Turkish club has contacted Arsenal in that regard.

The out-of-favour Egyptian would be out of a contract at the end of this season and Arsenal is preparing to lose him.

However, the Turkish club wants to sign him before the end of the campaign and are targeting a January move for him.

Fanatik says they have already reached an agreement on personal terms with the former Basel man.

They have also made an offer to Arsenal for his signature, but the Gunners haven’t responded to their offer yet.

The report maintains that Arsenal is interested in cashing in on him and has been open about that.

However, they cannot explain the Gunners’ reluctance to give them a response so that both clubs can reach an agreement.

Elneny has hardly played for the Gunners in this campaign and the Gunners could make some money from selling him in January.

However, keeping him could also help them have options to execute matches before this season ends and cover for injuries.

The midfielder should be away with the Egypt national team for the AFCON in January and the deal could be completed when he is at the competition if Arsenal agrees to sell him.

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  1. My personal view, which is exactly the same now as it has been all Elnenys time here, is that he is a willing tryer but essentially, WAY BELOW, the standard we need and that he should be sold ASAP.

    I thought he should be sold ASAP many years ago and nothing has changed.

    Nothing personal but with players of this lowly standard at our club we will never make a real improvement.

    My only astonishment and incredulity is that he has lasted so very long in our squad. Sigh!

    1. Absolutely. Nice guy. But arsenal should already have sold him in september when turkish clubs asked. Especially in this year where he will miss for african cup. How many minutes did he play since ?!

  2. Arsenal must allow him to go which is good for him as well as he will get much needed game time elsewhere.

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