Arsenal have confirmed their first contract extension of the summer with Mo Elneny agreeing a 12-month renewal.

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta confirmed talks with the Egyptian have progressed positively in recent weeks and he will stay on next season.

Fellow contract expirees Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah are also set for talks next week with their respective contract both up.

French star Lacazette does look likely to be leaving the Emirates Stadium but Nketiah’s form in 2022 could earn him a fresh start in North London.

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