The Egyptian international football star Mohamed Elneny, the Arsenal player, led the Arsenal U-16 team practice, as he continues to take steps towards obtaining a training license, before retiring from football.
Jeorge Bird, a member of the Gunners Academy, published a picture of the Egyptian player with the youth team players.
This comes as Neny seeks to exploit the period of his absence from the Arsenal team, due to an injury, which will cause him to be absent until the end of 2022.
Elneny published earlier through his Instagram account a photo of the coaching license he obtained from the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA).
Neny obtained a license B from the UEFA.
Elneny joined Arsenal in January 2016, and was loaned during the 2020/2021 season to Turkish Besiktas, before returning to Arsenal.
The Gunners renewed his contract last summer as Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta wanted him to continue with the English team.