Mohamed Elneny Arsenal EPL
Mohamed Elneny Arsenal

Arsenal have already sent out several players on loan this summer and they could still see the exit of three more first-team players in the coming days.

The transfer window in all the major European countries has shut down but in Turkey, it’s still open until September 8. And according to The Mirror, Sead Kolasinac, Mohamed Elneny and Cedric Soares could all be heading to the Super Lig.

The report claims: “Despite the window closing in England and most of the top leagues in Europe, there is still the opportunity for more exits.

“Turkey’s transfer window is still open for another few days, not closing until September 8, giving Super Lig clubs more time to complete any last-minute deals.

“And Arsenal in particular, have a number of players that have been linked with a move to the Turkish top-flight during the summer.”

Players like Hector Bellerin, Lucas Torreira and Reiss Nelson all left the club on loan and the above mentioned three players are also of little use to Mikel Arteta.


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And with genuine interest from Turkey, the Gunners will obviously not be waiting too long to part ways with them.

While Soares is rumoured to be ready to stay back at Arsenal and fight for his place but Besiktas have already made an offer for Elneny.

Elneny spent the 2019/20 campaign on loan at Vodafone Park so he should not have any major issues rejoining them. Also, he will not be available when the Africa Cup of Nations starts so Mikel Arteta might as well get rid of his beforehand.

Fenerbahce had earlier tried to sign Kolasinac but somehow that deal did not work out but there’s every chance they could make one final move before September 8.

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