English Premiership

Wenger signs Egyptian midfielder

2016-01-14 13:28
Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal website)
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Joe Allen scored a vital equalising goal against Arsenal in the dying minutes of their English Premiership encounter and Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp could not contain his excitement.

Cape Town - Arsenal have signed Mohamed Elneny from FC Basel, the club has confirmed.

According to the Arsenal's official website, the 23-year-old midfielder spent three years with the Swiss club, making over 90 league appearances and winning three consecutive Super League titles.

He featured 28 times in all competitions in the first half of this season, scoring six goals.

Elneny began his senior career with El Mokawloon in the Egyptian Premier League.

An experienced Egypt international, he helped his country to the quarter-finals of the London Olympics in 2012.

The transfer is subject to the completion of regulatory processes.

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