North London outfit Arsenal star Mohamed Elneny is reportedly wanted at the Turkish outfit Besiktas ahead of the coming summer transfer window.
The Egyptian international has been out of favour in the manager Unai Emery team as he has not been able to win the competition in the midfield.
Mohamed Elneny’s fate at Arsenal became more compounded with the coming of Lucas Torreira from Italian Serie A outfit Sampdoria and Matteo Guendouzi in the last summer transfer window as their presence in the team reduced his appearance for the Gunners.
However, the Turkish outfit are willing to hand him an escape route for a first-team opportunity and they are reportedly set to table the sum of £5 million for his signature as the Gunners paid when he first joined from Basel.
There are suggestions that he would be allowed to leave the club with manager Unai Emery looking forward to reducing his squad so as to create space as he prepares to engage in the coming summer transfer window.
The Egyptian international midfielder made 32 appearances for the Arsenal team under former manager Arsene Wenger but he has struggled more under the Spanish manager with just 11 appearances so far this season with most of it coming from cup competitions.