Arsenal are set to lose three or more players in the middle of next season after their countries qualified for the next Africa Cup of Nations this week.
Thomas Partey and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will only play in one of their countries AFCON 2022 qualifiers during the international break due to Covid restrictions.
Thomas Partey has received a Ghana call-up after all, but only for one of their two games over the international break.
Thomas Partey hasn't been called up to the Ghana National Team squad amid the current Covid travel restrictions in the UK.
With Egypt's AFCON qualifier win against Togo during the last international break, the fourth by an Arsenal's player's country that week, there could be trouble up ahead.
Thomas Partey shouldn't be out for too long, according to reports, with the Ghana FA also providing an update on the situation.
Thomas Partey provided two assists for Ghana as they thrashed Qatar on Monday, with the new Arsenal signing preparing to travel to London Colney.
Thomas Partey started for Ghana on Friday evening as they lost 3-0 to Mali in a friendly and the Arsenal man had a poor game
Ghana manager Charles Kwabla Akonnor says the national side are in contact with Eddie Nketiah's family to convince him to play for them.
Ghana have included Simon Copely, Arsenal's u14 head coach, as part of their technical team for this summer's AFCON.
Eddie Nketiah's dad has denied reports that his son has rejected a call-up by Ghana after it was claimed his family had been asked for money to secure his place.
Eddie Nketiah has reportedly told Ghana that he won’t represent them at international level after his father was allegedly asked for money to obtain the call-up.