Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny may have posted what may be his farewell message to the club, according to the club’s fans.
The Egyptian has only managed cameo appearances under Unai Emery this season, featuring just once in the Premier League in the 3-1 win over Burnley before Christmas.
However, his former coach in Egyptian football, Hamdy Nouh, urged Elneny to leave the club last month as cited by the Mirror: “He needs to leave Arsenal in the next transfer market, at least on loan to play more and regain his confidence.
“He has been influenced lately by the change in coach and his new style, but I am confident that he will return better than before, because of his great potential and the competitive spirit that will help him get back in.”
And on the three-year anniversary of his arrival to the club, Elneny posted two tweets which caught the attention of fans.
He wrote: “The 14th of Jan is a day that will always be engraved in my heart,” tweeted Elneny. “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 three 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.”
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..♥️ pic.twitter.com/T1wHR5LExJ
— Mohamed ELNeny (@ElNennY) January 14, 2019