Partey and Tierney will be in top form for Arsenal’s pre-season
Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey is reportedly in fine form ahead of pre-season after the Ghana international missed the final games of the Premier League season, with Kieran Tierney also back from injury.
Goal journalist Charles Watts has revealed on his YouTube channel that the Arsenal duo are set to play for the North London side this summer in pre-season, with Partey and Tierney both missing the final games of last season due to injuries which have played a huge role in the North London side missing the top four.
Partey was arguably Arsenal’s best midfielder last season as the former Atletico Madrid star struck up an incredible relationship with Granit Xhaka and Martin Odegaard in the center of the park, while Tierney’s absence has It was also hugely felt at left-back as Nuno Tavares couldn’t match the Scot’s level of performance.
The pair are two of Arsenal’s most important players, with Mikel Arteta playing left-back and £45m midfielder at every possible opportunity, and their absences were vital in the Gunners’ collapse in end of the season as Tottenham propelled them to fourth place.
Indeed, the fitness of Partey and Tierney will be key to Arsenal’s success next season, but with the pair now set to play friendlies in Germany and the United States this summer, it’s already a start. encouraging for the Gunners.
Watts said of Partey and Tierney’s injuries: “My understanding is that they are both fine. Thomas Partey is fine in every way. He hasn’t played for Ghana this summer, he’s in great shape and ready for pre-season, and we think Tierney is the same.
Arsenal must keep Partey and Tierney fit if they are to succeed next season
Injuries are often the cause of Arsenal’s success, but last season took the cake as Partey and Tierney were ruled out for the final two months of the campaign within hours, and for the 22/23 campaign. , the Gunners need to do everything they can to keep the pair fit.
After all, both players were among the best for Arsenal last season as the north London side fell three points short of finishing fourth, and keeping Partey and Tierney injury-free will be key to the Gunners coming back. finally to UEFA. Champions League.
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