Thomas Partey wants to move to Serie A giants. After the summer transfer window, Thomas Partey may be on his way out of Arsenal. The midfielder for the Gunners has reportedly decided not to accept any Saudi Arabian offers, according to CBS correspondent James Benge.
The journalist claims that the Ghanaian international would like to sign with Juventus, with whom he has already had some preliminary conversations. The same article claims that Al-Ahli, Al-Khaleej, and Al-Nassr made Partey offers.
The 30-year-old is reportedly planning a return to London Colney, according to former GOAL correspondent Charles Watts, who shared the information on his YouTube channel on June 6. According to the writer, Partey will talk to the club’s management about his future goals.
Declan Rice’s acquisition by the Gunners is imminent, according to David Ornstein. The Athletic correspondent revealed on Wednesday, June 5, that a deal worth £100 million + $5 million in add-ons had been reached between Arsenal and West Ham United.
The midfielder has been granted permission by the Hammers to finish his physical examination and negotiate personal terms.
Partey’s status as the first-choice number six may be in jeopardy, but the Gunners have not yet found a replacement for Granit Xhaka, who left for Bayer Leverkusen. If the Gunners are unable to sign another midfielder, the Premier League team may use a formation with Partey and Rice as its two pivots.
William Sailba signs new deal at Arsenal:
William Saliba reportedly signed a new contract with Arsenal on Friday, June 7, according to David Ornstein. The French international will remain at the Emirates through 2027 thanks to the new arrangement.
The Athletic reports that Saliba will make £10 million annually. The success of the team last season was greatly aided by the center-back. He participated in 27 of the Gunners’ 38 Premier League games during which time the team suffered just three defeats.
However, the Frenchman’s back issue prevented him from playing in the season’s final 11 league games. The north London team drew three of the 11 contests without Saliba, which cost them the chance to win the Premier League championship.
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