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Arsenal provide an update on injured Partey

Sat 07 August 2021 | 17:59

The Ghana international will not feature for the Gunners at the start of the 2021-22 Premier League season, but he will return soon.

Arsenal

believe

Thomas Partey

will come back to training in three weeks as he is currently dealing with an ankle injury.

The Ghana international is not going to play for

Mikel Arteta

’s side at the beginning of the new season. However, he is not going to stay out of action for too long.

Arsenal provided an update on the 28-year-old’s condition on the club’s official website:

"Thomas sustained an injury to ligaments in his right ankle during the friendly match against Chelsea last Sunday. 

"Thomas continues to be assessed and is expected to be back in training in approximately three weeks.

The Gunners will face

Tottenham

in a friendly derby on Sunday. They will go against

Chelsea

in a testing start to the season on August 22 and will travel to Manchester City six days after that.

Arteta is closing his plans for the next campaign, but he doesn’t have a complete squad. Among the other players struggling with injuries are

Eddie Nketiah

and

Gabriel Magalhaes

.

Arsenal in a statement said of Nketiah:

"Eddie sustained bruising to his right ankle during the friendly match against Chelsea last Sunday. 

"Eddie continues to be assessed and is expected to be back in training in approximately four weeks."

They added on a South American defender:

"Gabriel sustained an injury to his right knee whilst with the Brazilian Olympic Squad. 

"Gabriel is currently being assessed and is aiming to be back in training in the forthcoming weeks."


source: SportMob

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