Mohamed Elneny’s has denied speculation in the media that the midfielder has been offered to AC Milan ahead of the January window.
The 27-year-old was sent on a season-long loan to Besiktas from Arsenal during the summer and has somewhat recovered after a rocky start which included a red card on his debut and being handed a three-match ban.
Elneny has been linked with a move to Milan in recent weeks as La Gazzetta dello Sport reported in October that Elneny is one of the names being considered by Paolo Maldini and Zvonomir Boban, and is valued at €15m.
An update from Calciomercato.com over the weekend claimed that Elneny has been offered to the Diavolo for a second time by agency SPOCS.
However, his representative Alan Nazmy has moved to try and pour cold water on speculation by claiming that he and Elneny have no contacts with the aforementioned agency, contrary to reports in the Italian media.
“We didn’t offer Elneny to any club and we don’t have a partnership with the agency which the Italian media is talking about,” Nazmy said (via Kingfut).