Elneny’s father confirms he is in advanced negotiations with Milan

Elneny’s father confirms he is in advanced negotiations with Milan
Elneny’s father confirms he is in advanced negotiations with Milan

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The father of Mohamed Elneny has confirmed that his talks with Milan are ‘in an advanced stage’ although nothing is concrete as of yet.

After a difficult year at Arsenal last season, Elneny has tried his luck on loan at Besiktas which has been met with some success.

The midfielder has impressed on loan at the Turkish side, to the extent that AC Milan are interested in acquiring his services.

That is according to Elneny’s father, Nasser Elneny, who said “Negotiations between Mohamed and Milan are in an advanced phase, but the contract isn’t signed yet. They renewed their interest in my son, and the next hours could see him sign with Milan.”

“Mohamed is doing well in Besiktas, but he wants to move to Milan because the Italian league is strong.”

Before he goes anywhere, Elneny will focus on Besiktas’ next game which is in the league at home against Genclerbirligi on Friday 27th of December at 7:30PM Egyptian time.

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