Mohamed Elneny, an Arsenal midfielder, has signed a new contract extension.
Since joining us from Basel in 2016, Mo, 29, has been an important member of the team.
He’s appeared in 147 games, scoring five goals and adding 10 assists.
Mo has 93 international appearances under his belt, making him the club’s first Egyptian player.
In January 2016, he made his Arsenal debut in a 2–1 FA Cup win over Burnley and was a member of the 2016/17 FA Cup-winning side.
He was also a member of the 2017 and 2020 FA Community Shield winning teams, as well as the 2018/19 UEFA Europa League Final in Baku.
“I love this club and I feel like part of this family,” Mo told Arsenal Media.
“I want to continue at this amazing club and amazing family and I’m very happy and very excited for the future.”
Manager Mikel Arteta said: “Mo is a really important part of the team.
“He brings endless energy, enthusiasm and commitment to the team and is loved by everyone.
“He’s an important player for us on and off the pitch, a real role model to our younger players and I’m delighted he’s staying.”
Technical Director Edu added: “Mo has an incredible mentality which is so important for our squad.
“He helps the team as much as he can every day.
“We are all very happy to have him with us as we look to build on what has been achieved this season.”
The new contract is subject to the completion of regulatory processes.