Arsenal gets a fitness boost as key man set to return sooner than expected

Arsenal has been handed a fitness boost as Thomas Partey looks set to return from his latest injury.

The Ghanaian has become a key player for the Gunners, and his presence in the team helped them to make a winning start to the campaign.

He has missed their last few matches, and they lost their 100% winning start at Manchester United at the weekend.

The importance of the Ghanaian cannot be understated, especially after the Gunners failed to sign a new midfielder in the last transfer window.

They will be eager to have him back in their team as soon as possible, and a new report says he will be back this month.

Standard Sports reports that the midfielder is confident he will return to full training before the next international window.

He has been called up by the Ghanaian national team for their matches during that period, and he believes he will be ready to play.

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We have missed Partey in our midfield in the last few games, and the loss to United exposed us a lot.

The former Atletico Madrid man works so hard in his position to ensure we do not get hurt by opponents, and we need that industry back in the team soon.

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  1. That’s good news…OT..Chelsea just been counter attacked straight down the middle with their expensive defence and experienced manager 🤔 although I expect them to win DZG look rubbish TBH….

    1. Well they lost and Aubameyan’s debut was described as “toothless” (I wonder if that was a broken jaw pun lol).

  2. Honestly, this admistration lacked foresight in their Summer transactions. A Partey cover was a priority since January but they underlooked it. The team is paying back for such negligence.
    Partey is clearly injury-prone because he gives his best in every game.
    Arsenal should not rely on him alone. We are very fragile without him and concede stupid goals in his absence always.

  3. Maybe he will get at least three games before a nice long lie down (again)..?

    Looks like we will be relying on Elneny more this season too.

  4. Just in time to head off into the international break and get injured playing in friendlies for Ghana. Great 🙁

    Sensible players get “injured” for friendlies 😉 And if you’re already injured, stay injured.

  5. Time to move on, or rather, go home; the Party is over…for this season, at least.

    Partey will need a few games to get back up to speed and then wrapped in cotton wool for the rest of the season. In other words, Party will be “baggage” until he recovers fully. Not likely to happen though based on his injury record.

    The 50M investment in DM/playmaker, Ben White, could turnout to be a sound investment after all.

  6. If Arteta had listened to our plea to buy Bissouma, we wouldn’t have had such problems. He would have fitted in like a glove.

    1. Man, that one still irks me. For pennies still. 25mil to that team of all teams. He seemed ready-made for us. The decision making at the club baffles me

  7. Reports are that he has an ongoing thigh problem that keeps recurring in different levels of seriousness. This time isn’t that serious, but…

    They can’t find out what’s causing it and I can understand that, I have some experience of such injuries – you can play fine for a while then one wrong move – you’re not even aware what you did – and something’s not working properly. Just a niggle but enough to affect your co-ordination.

    If that’s what it is then Partey’s career is over – forget selling him, he’s done. That’s very, very unlucky for us after he played for years with no issues at Atletico.

  8. Partey can’t go for international duty just yet. It’s too risky. Every international duty has turned out disastrous for him. He’s barely returning from injury and should not try this.

  9. This isn’t saying much. We know he’ll be injured again sooner or later. I don’t know where these injuries came from as he was never injured in Atletico

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