Why Mohamed Elneny is a success story at Arsenal

Image result for Mohamed Elneny wengerArsenal brought in Mohamed Elneny at a time when much more was expected, but through it all, everything looks to be turning out for a success.
Arsenal‘s lack of a true defensive midfielder was seemingly on the verge of being answered several January’s ago, when Arsene Wenger threw down a very minimal £5m for Mohamed Elneny, a you Egyptian midfielder from FC Basel.

It was clear from the off that Elneny’s heart was always in the right place, as he worked tirelessly to do everything that was in his power to turn a match around. It was rarely enough, as he was but one man who was built on effort, but that effort alone goes a long way.

Now, in the wake of his diminishing value, Elneny is on the verge of an Emirates exit, according to recent rumors.

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Mohamed Elneny has cast doubt over his future at Arsenal with an appreciative social media post for his three years at the club.

This season, things have not turned out the right way for the Egypt international in the Gunners’ set-up with the midfielder making just a single appearance in the Premier League although he has featured mainly in the Europa League and domestic cup competitions.Image result for Mohamed Elneny wenger

His limited game time under Unai Emery has linked him with a move to league rivals Leicester City this month amid calls from his former coach at Al Mokawloon urging him to seek greener pasture.

In marking his three-year stay at the club, Elneny shared a lengthy message thanking the management and fans as he ‘looks forward to the future’.

“The 14th of Jan is a day that will always be engraved in my heart,” Elneny wrote on Instagram.

“Three years ago, on this same day, I joined the Arsenal family… I call it family because it is how it’s like to be here at Arsenal.

“I’m grateful for every single moment during those 3 years, the tough moments and the many happy ones.

“I’m grateful for the one of a kind fans, for the coaches, for the colleagues who became real brothers, for everyone.. I’m grateful for the past and I’m very much looking forward to the future.”

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