The Arsenal Legend: Al Nani's mistakes are naive ... and the player is on his way to leave
Arsenal player, Egyptian Mohamed El-Nani, was criticized by the legend of the Liverpool team, and one of the most prominent stars in the history of the English national team, Ian Wright, due to his performance in Arsenal's last match against Leicester City in the English Premier League.
In a statement to the BBC, Wright said that Al-Nani does not know how to position himself on the field, and his mistakes are naive.
He said his lack of focus causes silly mistakes that cost Arsenal a lot.
Wright pointed out that Al Nani caused the goal from which Leicester scored his only goal, due to his lack of focus as he said, and his lack of attention to the need to cover his teammates, while Arsenal won that match by three.
Wright said he did not understand how Nene continued to play with the team, and he considered that his time might be short, and he might be on his way to leaving Arsenal next summer.
English reports indicated that the Nene, with a number of Arsenal players, is closer to leaving next summer, although the Egyptian player has a season remaining with Arsenal.
At the age of 29, the Nini is a strong candidate for a transfer to another club, in light of offers currently on the player, perhaps the most prominent of which is from Turkish clubs.
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