Mohamed Elneny is an alleged target for Greek giants Olympiakos after falling out of favour with his loan club Besiktas in Turkey according to a report on The Boot Room.

Elneny has found himself as an integral part of the Turkish side’s season, and despite missing five games through suspension, he’s still played 27 times.

There now seems to be some sort of wage dispute with the club and he’s apparently said he won’t play any more games until he is paid what he’s owed by the club. It’s thought that he could even make his way back to Arsenal if things aren’t resolved, however, numerous reports are saying he will play no part in Arteta’s plans.

The Egyptian was signed by Arsene Wenger from Basel for £5m in 2016 and found it hard to work his way into Wenger’s first team.

It’s thought that there is an 18m Euro buy option for the Egyptian, so it’s yet to be seen with the Greek side would be able to afford such a high fee should he leave Besiktas.

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