Arsenal sets their asking price for injury-prone star

This summer could potentially be Thomas Partey’s final season as an Arsenal player, as the Gunners are reportedly looking to sell him while they have the opportunity.

Partey has had a reputation for frequent injuries, which sidelined him for much of last season. However, he returned to fitness towards the end of the campaign, showcasing his abilities for Arsenal.

With his contract expiring in 2025 and no signs of a new deal being offered, Arsenal is open to letting him go. The midfielder is rumoured to be a target for a lucrative move to Saudi Arabia.

Football Insider suggests that Arsenal would demand £30 million euros for his transfer, believing that clubs from the Pro League can meet this valuation.

When fit, Partey is considered one of the top midfielders in Europe, which enhances his appeal in the transfer market despite his injury concerns.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Partey’s injury record makes him one of the players that we need to sell as soon as possible, so we have to set a realistic asking price for his signature.

The midfielder is already too injury-prone to rely on, and unless we still want to deal with losing him for a large part of the season, he needs to go.


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  1. Another phrase meant to demean a player with ability.

    So Thomas Partey is injury prone (I saw the same comment applied to ESR)

    So, when a player is described as “injury prone”, it seems we must immediately sell them.

    When Partey came back into the team, it released Rice to join the attack, and made us much more flexible.

    But he is “injury prone” so he has to go.

    But who will replace him?

    I keep reading we are after Onana from Everton. Will he take us to a new level, or will he just be a lump in midfield?

    I am very worried that whoever we replace Partey with will take us back a step!!

    Go for Zubermendi again please guys.

  2. Why is it that the focus is always on Partey? Jurrien was out for several months but no one talks about him being injury prone. The other aspect is anytime the English press talk about his injury, they also refer to the £45m used in buying him. If he were to be an English player, he might not have suffered such injustice. Is he the only high profile player to be injured frequently. Just be fair to him.

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