Egypt international Mohamed Elneny has said that he will not play in the remaining league matches unless Besiktas settles his pending dues.
Elneny spent the season before it was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic at the Turkish side on loan from Arsenal.
The 27-year-old has been instrumental for Besiktas making 28 appearances across all competitions, missing just five games, this season.
Turkish publication Aksam reports that Elneny has told Beskitas management that he will not take to the field in the remaining matches until he gets what is owed to him.
Reports indicate that the Egyptian is owed a total of €1.3 million and Besiktas is having trouble settling this as they are currently experiencing financial difficulties to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Turkish Super Lig side had expressed interest in extending Elneny's stay and his agent also confirmed that they were discussions on making his loan deal permanent.