Arsenal now expects Partey to stay until the end of the season

Arsenal had initially hoped to sell Thomas Partey in the January transfer window, considering the Ghanaian midfielder is no longer a pivotal part of their plans.

Partey, who had been a key player for Arsenal in the past few seasons, has regularly featured in their starting lineup.

However, Mikel Arteta’s team has faced frustration due to his susceptibility to injuries, causing him to miss several matches.

Given these circumstances, the Gunners had not planned to offer him a new contract and were actively seeking to offload him in the upcoming transfer window.

Unfortunately, Partey has sustained another injury, sidelining him for an extended period, thereby disrupting their plans to sell the former Atletico Madrid player.

According to a report from Football Insider, Arsenal now anticipates that the midfielder will remain with them until the conclusion of this season.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Partey’s injury problems have been frustrating and we should have sold him in the last transfer window.

After adding the likes of Declan Rice and Kai Havertz to our squad, we needed to replace the midfielder and now he will leave for a significantly lower fee than we would have made in the summer.

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  1. OT: The latest football ruining instalment in the regular long line of VAR farcical decisons is to award City a penalty when City committed the FIRST foul, followed by then Chelsea fouling Haaland , who scored the resultant penalty!

    Will this ruinous weekly farce ever end!!!!!!!!!

    1. Chelsea now equalize from a corner. NO VAR this time.

      God, how I wish VAR would disappear up its own****.!!

  2. Anthony taylor and var referee gillett were demoted for giving a farcical pen to Newcastle come back to ref a huge match like that and proceed to give another farcical pen to City this time. Both Arab owned club.

    But there is no corruption right

  3. What a game at the bridge 😂. It’s like a see saw swing. Just goes to show that Arsenal gave City a tough time at the Emirates.

  4. Final score . 4-4. Excitement galore, but City got lucky with VAR and a poor ref favouring them.

    But City drop two points and we and Liverpool are just a point behind them, with Spuds a point further back and Villa one point further behind.

    A classic game for excitement though, all things considered.

    1. Exactly! I’m so happy with the result. I knew poch is up to something from the off, he seems intent to hunt down the top sides for now in his “process”. Highly entertaining game for we neutrals and of course a benefit to us gooners their tittle rivals. Only dissapointment heading into the break is Liverpool’s victory earlier today which brought them level on points with us but superior GD hence their 2nd placed ahead of us in 3rd.

      1. “Neutrals”? Are you crazy?

        I was rooting for Chelsea, and if you cant work out WHY, then you are not as bright as I THINK YOU ARE.

        And so were all Gooners who used their brain.

        What I found significant and a positive sign for us, was that City were three times a goal up but always let in an equalizer. THREE TIMES!

  5. That’s the real decision because there’s the problem of balancing books Arsenal can’t spend big in January

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