Arsenal could scrap €18m clause and accept €8m for player

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Turkish newspaper Fanatik report Besiktas are interested in making Mohamed Elneny’s move permanent after he impressed with good form recently for the Super Lig side.

The Arsenal owned midfielder has been one of the best players for Besiktas in recent matches and Fanatik report he’s one of the main reasons why the club are currently on a great run.

His partnership with Atiba Hutchinson in the middle of the park has been solid and the Turkish newspaper claim the Black Eagles want him to remain with them beyond this season.

Besiktas’ technical staff have also applauded the Arsenal loanee’s performances and given the green light to the club’s board to sign him permanently.

Fanatik claim Elneny’s redemption clause is €18m, but Arsenal could accept something in the region of €8m as they don’t see him in their long-term plans.

The 27 year old has made 11 appearances for Besiktas in all competitions this season.

His contract with Arsenal will expire at the end of June 2022.


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