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Arsenal receive good news ahead of their crucial Premier League games

Arsenal’s last Premier League games of the season are very crucial for the gunners and they have now received some good news ahead of them.

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( Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta / Photo via Getty )

Arsenal are now in the fourth position on the Premier League table and they will need to win their last remaining five matches as Tottenham Hotspur who are just two points behind them are also trying to break into the UEFA Champions League spots. Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta will hope that he has all his star players at his disposal as this is a crucial time for the gunners to get back with the big boys in the UEFA Champions League.

Arsenal have now received some wonderful news ahead of their upcoming crucial Premier League matches as Thomas Partey who was injured some weeks back has given the supporters of the North Londoners some hope in seeing him before the end of the season. Thomas Partey got injured in Arsenal’s embarrassing 3-0 defeat to Crystal Palace and his absence has affected the gunners.

 

LONDON, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 22: Thomas Partey celebrates scoring a goal for Arsenal during the Premier League match between Arsenal and Aston Villa at Emirates Stadium on October 22, 2021 in London, England. (Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta at the time of the injury said that it is likely that Thomas Partey will not play once again this season since it was a severe and dangerous, injury but the Ghanaian international has taken to Instagram to post a video showing him running on the treadmill hence giving a slight hope that the Palace game wasn’t his last outing in this 2021/22 campaign.

Arsenal’s last five Premier League games are very crucial for the club because they have spent more than five years without UEFA Champions League football and so that’s why Mikel Arteta would love to go into them with all his players.

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