Spanish site Fichajes claims that Thomas Partey has ‘run out of credit’ at Arsenal after a poor season while AS claim Arsenal will sell him for €30m.

WOLVERHAMPTON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 10: Thomas Partey of Arsenal celebrates following their side's victory in the Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Arsenal at Molineux on February 10, 2022 in Wolverhampton, England. (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)
WOLVERHAMPTON, ENGLAND: Thomas Partey of Arsenal celebrates following their side’s victory in the Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Arsenal at Molineux on February 10, 2022. (Photo by Clive Mason / Getty Images)

I think it’s fair to say that Thomas Partey endured a slow start to his time at Arsenal.

Hampered by fitness issues, it took him some time to find his feet.

But find them he did.

Until his recent thigh problem, he was, quite simply, majestic in the middle of Arsenal’s team, so much so that his loss for the last part of the season has been a massive blow.

But, if you read Fichajes and don’t watch Arsenal, you’d be forgiven for thinking he was still struggling very badly.

Fichajes claims Thomas Partey has run out of credit at Arsenal
Fichajes claims Thomas Partey has run out of credit at Arsenal

They even go on to speculate that his form has been so poor that Arsenal are considering selling him, only they know they will never be able to recoup the £50m they spent to bring him to London.

Then, there is AS, a much more respectable outfit than FIchajes saying that Mikel Arteta will sell Thomas Partey for €30m in order to buy Arthur from Juventus:

AS Arsenal will sell Thomas Partey
AS Arsenal could sell Thomas Partey

If you were to ask anyone at Arsenal – fans, players or management alike – they would all tell you the same thing – if you offered them £50m for Thomas Partey right now, they’d tell you where to shove it.

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