Italian Serie A giants AC Milan are surprisingly interested in signing Arsenal outcast Mohamed ElNeny if recent reports in the British media are anything to go by.
Egyptian international Mohamed ElNeny has been farmed out on loan for this season by Arsenal.
He joined Turkish Super League outfit Besiktas on loan during the summer and he’s expected to stay with them until next summer.
According to the publication from the stables of football365, fallen Italian Serie A side AC Milan want to sign Mohamed ElNeny.
AC Milan have already sacked their manager this season just weeks into the job at the San Siro.
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The Rossoneri only appointed Marco Giampaolo as their manager in the summer after his impressive outing with fellow top slight Sampdoria last season.
He was sacked earlier this month after making a poor start to his career as the AC Milan manager.
Marco Giampaolo has since been replaced by Stefano Pioli at the San Siro.
The target for former European champions AC Milan this season is to return to the Champions League stage after almost a decade of missing out on Europe’s premier club competition.
AC Milan want to boost their midfield in the New Year with Arsenal loanee Mohamed ElNeny.