Reporter posts update on £45m Arsenal superstar
Goal journalist Charles Watts has released an encouraging injury update on Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey, with the Ghana international now back fully fit and in contention to feature against Brentford this weekend.
Writing on Goal, Partey is set to make his “long-awaited” return to action this Sunday in west London, with the 29-year-old missing the Gunners’ final matches through injury, although this latest update apparently indicates that the former Atletico Madrid star has returned to training and could now start against Thomas Frank’s Brentford.
Arsenal have already been hampered by injury problems in central midfield this season. Mohamed Elneny is expected to be out until 2023 at the earliest. New signing Fabio Vieira has also just returned to full fitness following the youngster’s transfer from FC Porto, with Partey now available.
The £45million signing from Atletico is one of Arsenal’s most important players and last season struck up a brilliant midfield relationship with Granit Xhaka and Martin Odegaard, with Partey fit for this weekend is huge for Mikel Arteta’s chances of finding his way back to prime minister victory. League.
Arsenal lost 3-1 to Manchester United in their first loss of the season, and with Brentford in sight of their infamous 2-0 loss last year, Arteta will be eager for a result against the Bees, whatever something that could now be on the cards with Partey back in the squad.
Indeed, midfield is key to Arsenal’s style of play, and with Partey back in training and set to return to the squad, fans will be confident of a result against the Bees this weekend and a sixth win in seven Premier League games. will be an exceptional return for the North London side this season.
Partey injury update is massive for Arsenal’s hopes against Brentford
A win for Arsenal on Sunday will see the Gunners retain their place at the top of the Premier League table, and Partey’s return amid a midfield injury crisis is a huge boost for the northern side. London, who will also want revenge. against Brentford.
Getting back to winning ways in the league will be a huge boost for Arsenal’s top four prospects, and Partey’s return to the team could be huge in the Gunners’ quest to claim all three points in their second derby of West London of the season after beating Fulham earlier in the campaign.
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