Thomas Partey Resumes Full Scale Training With Arsenal Ahead of New Season

Thomas Partey Resumes Full Scale Training With Arsenal Ahead of New Season

  • Thomas Partey was part of Arsenal's first-team squad back to the club's London Colney as the Gunners began their pre-season preparations earnestly
  • The Ghanaian midfielder's 2021-22 campaign was hugely affected by injuries but anytime he is in the team, Arsenal plays better and have a better win percentage with him in the squad
  • Partey's Arsenal will kick start their 2022-23 Premier League campaign with an away trip to Jordan Ayew and Jeffrey Schlupp's Crystal Palace

Thomas Partey has resumed training with English outfit Arsenal ahead of the looming 2022-23 season.

The 28-year-old midfield linchpin sustained an injury which forcefully ended his season but appears to be fighting fit and primed for the new season which kicks start on August 5.

In a post on Twitter, sighted by Sports Brief, Partey was fully kitted in Arsenal's training gear and was captured fully engrossed in the training regiments of head coach Mikel Arteta.

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Thomas Partey was among Arsenal's first-team players to begin preseason preparations for the upcoming. Photo credit: @Arsenal
Source: Twitter

His injury affected the Champions League hopes and he would hope to have a clean bill of health for the upcoming season as Arsenal chase the top four places.

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Partey and his teammates will begin preseason preparations for the new season against Bundesliga II side FC Nürnberg.

The Gunners will also test their might against fellow Premier League rivals, Everton, before playing against Orlando City and Chelsea in the Florida Cup.

Arsenal will wrap up preseason with a tie against Sevilla in the annual Emirates Cup.

Partey's Arsenal will commence their campaign against London rivals Crystal Palace at the Selhurst Park on Friday, August 5.

Partey rues Champions League disappointment

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ghana and Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey has finally broken his silence on the Gunners' failure to finish in the top four of the English Premier League.

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The North London club threw away the opportunity of placing fourth and qualifying for the UEFA Champions League after defeat at Newcastle United in the penultimate game of the season.

Partey, who was watching from the sidelines due to injury, believes his teammates did their best but fell short at the crucial moment.