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Premier League side, Arsenal, have reportedly transfer listed Egypt international, Mohamed Elneny, as they look to make way for new signings.
As Arsenal are currently preparing for the new season, one of the main areas that needs reshaping in the squad is the midfield.
Young Frenchman Matteo Guendouzi seemed to have failed to convince manager, Mikel Arteta, as many reports seem to suggest his departure.
According to English news outlet, The Telegraph, the club are also looking to sell Uruguay’s Lucas Torreira and Mohamed Elneny to allow the club to purchase some of their transfer targets.
Arsenal have been closely linked with Atletico Madrid and Ghana’s Tomas Partey but the Spanish side’s financial demands are too high for the North London side.
Additionally, Real Madrid midfielder, Dani Ceballos, who spent last season on loan at Arsenal, is on the verge of returning for another loan spell.
Elneny has performed well since returning to Arsenal from Besiktas, helping them lift the Community Shield after beating Premier League champions Liverpool in his second start.
After an impressive season in Turkey, several clubs such as Galatasaray, Trabzonspor and most recently Sampdoria have joined the race to sign the 28-year-old.
Elneny made 36 appearances for the Black Eagles last season, helping them finish third and qualify for the Champions League second qualifying round.
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