Arsenal star Mohamed Elneny posts emotional goodbye message to fans

Arsenal star Mohamed Elneny posts emotional goodbye message to fans

Egypt international Mohamed Elneny has taken to social media to thank his fans in what can be regarded as a farewell message to Premier League side Arsenal.

Since the arrival of Arsenal coach Unai Emery, Mohamed Elneny has lost his position in the first team playing in only one Premier League game this season.

Last month which was December 2018, Hamdy Nouh who was a former coach to Mohamed Elneny advised him to leave the Gunners so as to revive his career.

Nouh believes a loan move will be a good deal for Mohamed Elneny who seems not to have any future at the Emirates stadium under Unai Emery.

"He needs to leave Arsenal in the next transfer market, at least on loan to play more and regain his confidence.

"He has been influenced lately by the change in coach and his new style, but I am confident that he will return better than before, because of his great potential and the competitive spirit that will help him get back in,'' Nouh told Goal.

And now, it appears that the 26-year-old player wants to honor the advise of his former coach considering the information he posted on social media.

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Elneny arrived Arsenal from Basel in January 2016 and the defensive midfielder has remained a squad player ever since with his highest tally for the season standing at 14 matches played.

Earlier, had reported how Egyptian professional football star Mohamed Elneny was advised by his former coach Hamdy Nouh to leave Arsenal for him to have his career back on track.

Since current Arsenal manager Unai Emery took over at the Emirates, Mohamed Elneny has only played just 59 minutes of Premier League football.

But he enjoyed active playing time under former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger who bought him from Basel for around £7m in January 2016. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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