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Arsenal take valid step to mark end of midfielder’ stay at Emirates Stadium



Mohamed Elneny

The North London outfit Arsenal seem to have taken a final decision to let go of Egyptian international Mohamed Elneny in the summer transfer window by agreeing to seal a new deal with Matteo Guendouzi.

Matteo Guendouzi only joined the Emirates Stadium in the coming summer transfer window but he has proved himself as a big prospect by breaking into the Unai Emery team and keeping the Egyptian international on the bench.

It is claimed that the 20-year-old who joined Arsenal from Ligue 2 side Lorient for a fee of about £7 million will now have his weekly wage doubled to £75,000 weekly as a way of rewarding him for a good job so far.

However, it is claimed that the Gunners will not keep Mohamed Elneny at the club for the coming because he has failed to win the competition for a place as he saw just a few appearances this season.

The former FC Basel player has therefore been linked with a move away as a number of teams have already seeking to land him.

Meanwhile, the Gunners team will storm the summer transfer market with some buys to strengthen the team for the coming season as it has been reported that £40 million would be made available to Unai Emery.