Egyptian International Midfielder Mohamed Elneny will not continue with Turkish giants Besiktas, and could return to Arsenal soon to seek for a move Elsewhere.

The Midfielder joined Besiktas from Arsenal on a season long loan after he was demmed surplus to requirements at the North London club and could barely make the match day squad. The initial agreement between Arsenal and Besiktas was a season loan with an option for permanent signing at the end of the loan deal.

Elneny has enjoyed a lot of playing times with Besiktas and putting in an impressive performance on numerous occasions, but now his permanent signing looks very unlikely with Besiktas as the Turkish club is facing financial difficulties. It was reported few weeks ago that the club is owing his a lot of money from his wages and that has also been one of the reasons he doesn’t want to continue with the Turkish club.

Whatever becomes the outcome what is certain at the moment is he will return to his parent club Arsenal at the end of the current season to seak for a move Elsewhere as he has come to terms that his football career with Arsenal is over.