Mohamed Elneny has reportedly offered himself to AC Milan but the Italians aren’t interested in signing him.

Egypt's midfielder Mohamed Elneny (R) celebrates with Egypt's forward Mohamed Salah (L) after one of their teammate scored a goal during the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier football match Egypt vs Tunisia at the Borg El Arab Stadium, near Alexandria, on November 16, 2018. (Photo by KHALED DESOUKI / AFP)
Egypt’s midfielder Mohamed Elneny (R) celebrates with Egypt’s forward Mohamed Salah (L) after one of their teammate scored a goal during the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier football match Egypt vs Tunisia at the Borg El Arab Stadium, near Alexandria, on November 16, 2018. (Photo by KHALED DESOUKI / AFP)

Currently in Turkey, Elneny has not been happy for some time and is seeking to leave Besiktas as soon as the January transfer window opens.

He certainly won’t be returning to Arsenal and it’s unlikely the club will force him to stay somewhere he feels miserable.

As such, the search is on to find a new club but if he thought Ivan Gazidis would help him out, it seems he is mistaken.

While Calciomercato in Italy report the Egyptian midfielder has offered himself to Milan they also report in a different article that Milan don’t want him.

Paolo Maldini and Zvonimir Boban, directors at Milan, see him as ‘rather low on the pecking order’ which, let’s face it, is not a huge surprise.

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