Arsenal makes a decision on Thomas Partey amidst transfer interest and injury woes

Arsenal has made the decision to entertain offers for Thomas Partey due to his ongoing struggles with fitness.

Partey was one of the early high-value signings Arsenal made after Mikel Arteta took charge as their manager, and the Ghanaian has had some positive moments with the team.

However, he has been plagued by injuries for a significant portion of his time at the Emirates, and Arsenal has faced difficulties in keeping him fit.

At 30 years of age, it remains uncertain how long it will take for him to regain peak fitness, and the Gunners are looking to minimise their losses sooner rather than later.

Several clubs have expressed interest in Partey, and it was expected that he might depart following the arrival of Declan Rice in the summer. However, he stayed on and has since struggled to make a significant impact on the team.

The Sun reports that Arsenal has placed him on the transfer market and is open to selling him in the upcoming January transfer window.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Partey is a good player, but he probably will never be a very fit version of himself, so we do not need to keep him.

The Ghanaian will leave soon and if we get an offer for his signature in January, we should consider it.

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  1. I a gree with the selling of Party and Nketiah players who cannot help in hard times like this black November.
    Why should clubs like Newcastle familiar a club like Arsenal yet it used not to be like that.
    It should be better to look for some one help Jorginho and Rice. Again another issue about a typical striker like to help Jesus who is not Nketiah

  2. I don’t know why the club has some weak bench (substitutes) forristance the substitute for Saka should be and his attacking ie Nelson. Am worried when he enters gives chance opponents to disturb our good defence.
    Our defence is fantastic i have nothing to complain about them.Anyway the whole team is apart from who are not improving.

  3. Our defence can never be described as fantastic as we do not have a top quality keeper nor a natural left back.In addition, Gabriel is either excellent or poor like he was against West Ham and Newcastle.

  4. We seem to have some players always injured. Esr, Jesus, Zinchenko, Tomiasu, Saka, Martinelli and last season Tierney. The big question is Why? They seem the same players. Partey in between injury, played fot Ghana and supposedly came back fit. Tierney as i understand has no fitness issues at his loan club.

  5. It is sad that such a talented player will be leaving our club. Unfortunately, his injury woes and him wanting to leave make it difficult for Arsenal to keep him. He is still an exceptional player and will demand good value. I think Juventus is interested and the Italian League will suit Partey best where he will have significantly less injury issues. That said, reports suggest Arteta is planning to sell 4 players to make funds for the acquisition of Toney.

  6. Partey and rice in midfield could have won us the title – shame how this is going. We need a new partey if he goes – jorginho showed yesterday he can play brilliant passes but he’s too inconsistent to be a starter.
    Pair rice with a quality deep lying playmaker, like partey at his best, and I think our attack will regain the dynamism it had last season.

  7. midfield has to take priority over striker this January. jan striker options is really just an overpriced Ivan toney. midfielders will be more widely available. goodbye to partey, its obvious that this season was going to be his last and it was time to move on

  8. ESR have been on the treatment bed more than party but he can’t be sold🤔. why do we still have Elneny,Cedric and Joginho or even Tierney on the books? We need a younger version of Partey. Bring in the likes of Anguisa, Barella not Harvetz.Nkentia for me is a decent striker.

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