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Besiktas are said to be keen on extending Mohamed Elneny’s stay in Istanbul for another year, according to multiple reports.
Elneny had joined Besiktas on a year loan from Arsenal last year and became a regular for the Black Eagles in the Turkish Super Lig, missing out on just four games due to suspension.
The 28-year-old has had issues with Besiktas regarding his wages as the club took a financial hit due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Club president, Ahmet Nur Cebi, confirmed on Tuesday that Besiktas have struggled to pay Elneny’s salary as the Turkish side have had no income in March, April, and May.
However, according to multiple Turkish reports, Besiktas are willing to extend Elneny’s loan at the club for another year but for half his reported €2.4m per year salary.
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Besiktas plan to cut their wage bill as they intend to part ways with Loris Karius, Pedro Rebocho, Kevin Prince Boateng, and Burak Yılmaz but want Elneny to remain part of their team for next season.
Elneny has scored once and provided four assists in 36 games for Besiktas across all competitions this season.
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