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BREAKING: Reason Why The Return Of Thomas Partey Will Strengthen Arsenal Ahead Of Tough Fixture

According to football.london, Thomas Partey was spotted training with the rest of the squad, and it’s no surprise that Arsenal fans are all smiles.

Partey suffered a groin injury on the eve of the game against Manchester United and has been absent from the Gunners’ squad since last month’s international break. The injury meant he missed the 3-1 win and subsequent games against Everton, PSV, Tottenham, Brentford and Bournemouth.

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Partey is now back in full training with his team-mates in preparation for the second Champions League group stage match of the season. However, as Arsenal prepare to play in both the league and the Champions League, Partey is likely to return for upcoming close matches.

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As reported by football.london last week, Partey is making a good recovery from his groin injury and is looking to get fit for upcoming matches. It is not yet confirmed whether Partey will be included in Arsenal’s squad, but his impending selection is a big boost for Mikel Arteta.

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