Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny must leave the North London club to become a better player according to his former coach at Egyptian club Mokawloon.
His former coach Hamzy Nouh talked about the Egyptian international player in a chat with popular media portal Goal via the Daily Express.
According to him, Mohamed ElNeny needs to leave Arsenal either permanently or on a short-term loan to improve himself as a player.
He further added that ElNeny can return to Arsenal as a better player.
Mohamed ElNeny has been on the outskirts of the Arsenal team since he signed for the club from Swiss side FC Basel in January 2016.
Recent reports claim that he’s not in the plans of Arsenal manager Unai Emery and that he could leave the club in the January transfer window.
Premier League side Leicester City are long-term admirers of the player and the Foxes could be a possible transfer destination for him if the Gunners decide to sell him.
The 26-year-old has only made one start in the Premier League and that came in the 3-1 victory over Lancashire outfit Burnley earlier this month.
He has not been able to dislodge the trio of Lucas Torreira, Granit Xhaka and Matteo Guendouzi from the first team.