There are indications that Arsenal might lose one of their most interesting midfielders, Mohamed Elneny in the coming winter transfer window.
The Egyptian was a major part of the Arsenal team under former boss Arsene Wenger as at last season but that has not been the case under new manager Unai Emery who joined the Emirates Stadium in the summer.
The North London midfield has now been choked with the recruitment of Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi which keeps Mohamed Elneny down in the pecking order in the Unai Emery team.
Mohamed Elneny has failed to beat the competition from other star players in the midfield which keeps him on the bench for most times of the season, leaving him with league Cups as the FA Cup.
The Sun reveals that Leicester City are interested in having the service of the Egyptian so as to hand him a first-team football and regular playing time.
It is reported that Claude Puel is a big fan of the Arsenal midfielder and is ready to pay as much as £15 million for his services.
It is therefore unclear if the Spanish manager will be willing to part ways with Mohamed Elneny knowing that he will serve as a major back-up for both injury situations and fatigue.