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Veteran Arsenal star set to be sold by Mikel Arteta



( Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta / Photo via Getty )

As the January transfer window gathers momentum, Arsenal fans have been met with the possibility of a significant departure from their ranks. According to the renowned transfer news expert Fabrizio Romano, veteran midfielder Mohamed Elneny, who holds the distinction of being the current longest-serving Arsenal player, may be on the verge of a potential exit from the club.

Romano’s insight into Elneny’s situation has shed light on the prospect of the 31-year-old departing the Emirates Stadium in the ongoing transfer window. The influential insider suggested that there is significant interest in Elneny from clubs such as Besiktas in Turkey and other potential destinations, including Saudi Arabia.


LONDON, ENGLAND – JANUARY 03: Mo Elneny of Arsenal before the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Newcastle United at Emirates Stadium on January 03, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Mohamed Elneny’s potential departure represents a potential changing of the guard at Arsenal, as the Egyptian midfielder has been a familiar presence within the club for a considerable period. His experience and contributions over the years have made him a recognizable figure within the Arsenal setup, and the possibility of his exit is likely to evoke mixed emotions among the fan base.

Elneny’s likely departure provides an opportunity for the club to restructure and realign its midfield options, as well as for the player himself to explore new prospects and challenges elsewhere. Should Elneny opt for a new chapter in his career, his departure would mark the end of an era at Arsenal, while potentially paving the way for fresh faces to make their mark in the heart of the Gunners’ midfield.

As transfer speculation continues to swirl, the prospect of Mohamed Elneny bidding farewell to Arsenal looms large. His potential move to new pastures, whether in Turkey or elsewhere, would mark a significant development in the club’s evolution, while presenting Elneny with an opportunity to embrace a new chapter in his illustrious career.

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