North London outfit Arsenal outcast Mohamed Elneny has been told to leave the Emirates Stadium as soon as possible to save his football career.
With the winter transfer window just a few days ahead, the Egypt international midfielder could just heed to the advice and part ways with the Gunners, having gone down the pecking order in the manager Unai Emery team.
So far this season, Mohamed Elneny had just one Premier League appearance under his belt since the Spanish manager took over in the summer which hints that he is not in the plans of the former PSG boss.
However, the Egyptian star has had five appearances under his belt in Europa League and another in the Carabao Cup but that is not enough to settle down in the team and feel a part of the team.
Mohamed Elneny is, therefore, being linked with a move to former Premier League champions and he has been advised by Hamdy Nouh, coach of his former team El Mokawloon that he must move on immediately.
According to the former coach, Mohamed Elneny must leave in the winter market not minding if it is a loan move or not, he only stresses that the star player must secure more playing time and reactivate his career.