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Mikel Arteta as Arsenal coach says Thomas Partey Injury, make him unlikely to return to play for Arsenal again this season 2022.
Partey has established himself as an integral cog in the Arteta Gunners midfield after battling injury in his first season at the club.
However, he limped off from a loss 3-0 to Crystal Palace in early April. This is evidenced by the thigh injury which is a serious problem.
Another important concern for the Gunners is Partey previous injury. Arteta does not want to put too much pressure on the Ghana international to return early.
“His condition is improving, but he has a serious injury. Including repeated injuries. So we didn’t expect him to see it so soon this season. But hopefully I’m wrong,” Arteta told a news conference on Friday.
Arsenal are embroiled in a battle for fourth place in the Premier League. And a coveted Champions League spot alongside north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
Arsenal are two points clear of Tottenham with five games remaining this season. Tottenham’s goal difference is better.
The Gunners travel to West Ham on Sunday. And could be in the top four at kick-off when Spurs host Leicester City the day before.
The Gunners many have key player suffered a number of injured problems ahead of the 2022 season. Now, Partey has joined Kieran Tierney for the remainder of the 2022 campaign.
For this 2022 season, Arsenal Team and its star players did not have the best performance. This is due to the key players in terms of injuries including: Cesc Fabregas and his hamstring problem, Robin van Persie seen as many medical rooms as doctors and now the previously unbeaten one.
It is a worrying time for Arteta’s side. Who have now lost three of their last four Premier League games. And lost as the race for fourth place topped pole position.
Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey could be facing yet another spell on the sidelines because of injury.
The Ghana international suffered a suspected ankle injury in the first half of the Gunners 2-1 pre-season defeat at the hands of Chelsea on Sunday afternoon. This moment sent fans into a meltdown in the process.
It has also been more frustrating for Thomas Partey. who also missed most of last season following his move from Atletico Madrid.
Next they meet Saints, who have also lost in recent weeks. Losing four of their last five Premier League games. Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side conceded 15 goals and scored just three in this poor draw.