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REVEALED: How long Thomas Partey will spend recovering from his injury

Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey missed their recent match against Manchester United and its now been revealed for how long he will be on the sidelines.

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Arsenal recently faced their long term rivals, Manchester United but they were unfortunately without the services of midfielder Thomas Partey for this crucial match. Partey, who is 30 years old, suffered a groin injury during training ahead of the game and will now be sidelined for at least six weeks according to the Daily Mail.

The absence of Partey was felt by Arsenal, as he has been an important figure in the team’s midfield. His presence provides stability and control in the middle of the park, and his absence was noticeable against Manchester United.

Partey’s injury comes as a blow to Arsenal, who will now have to find a way to cope without him for the next few weeks. Manager Mikel Arteta will need to come up with a plan to fill the void left by Partey’s absence and ensure that the team can maintain their momentum in the Premier League.

This injury setback is particularly frustrating for Partey, who has had his fair share of injury troubles since joining Arsenal.

Despite the disappointment of missing out on such an important match, Partey will now focus on his recovery and rehabilitation. He will work closely with the club’s medical team to ensure that he returns to full fitness as soon as possible. In the meantime, Arsenal will have to rely on other midfield options to step up and fill the void left by Partey’s absence.

The international break comes at a good time for Arsenal, as it will allow them some time to regroup and assess their options in midfield. They will hope that Partey’s absence does not derail their progress in the Premier League, and that they can continue their positive start to the season when domestic action resumes.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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