Arsenal Boss Mikel Arteta confirms his £200k-p/w star won’t be available to play against Chelsea next weekend- NOT Bukayo Saka

Arsenal Boss Mikel Arteta confirms his £200k-p/w star won’t be available to play against Chelsea next weekend- NOT Bukayo Saka

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta said his £200,000-per-week star will not be available to play against Chelsea next weekend; NOT Saka or Bukayo. “Only a miracle can make him be available to play against Chelsea in the weekend, he is OUT of the game.”


Thomas Partey won’t start for Arsenal this Saturday when they face Chelsea in the Premier League opener, according to Charles Watts.

Thomas Partey’s substitution during Ghana’s 2-0 loss to Mexico worried Arsenal supporters.

However, according to Charles Watts, an expert on Arsenal, “panic is past” since Ghana coach Chris Hughton had everything planned out, as he revealed on his own YouTube channel.

There’s a reason why fans hate the international break. On the one hand, it puts an end to domestic football, but on the other, it risks injuring their players and makes them have to stay out late.

Thomas Partey will be playing on Wednesday night in Nashville for Ghana against the USA, necessitating a late trip back to London.

Watts doesn’t anticipate the player making £200,000 per week to play when Mikel Arteta’s team travels to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea on Saturday night (Spotrac).

Update on Thomas Partey’s injury

Watts continued, “I believe Thomas Partey’s early exit from Ghana’s match versus Mexico at halftime was a predetermined event.

After the game, Chris Hughton told the press, “They were just trying to manage his minutes after being out for so long with injury.”

“Fear no more. There is no reason to worry. If Thomas Partey had a similar experience when they play the USA on Wednesday night in Nashville, I wouldn’t be shocked. Thomas Partey might not be able to complete the full 90 minutes. He may have to wait another 45 minutes, which is prudent and reasonable. These are friendly matches rather than qualifiers.

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He still has a distance to travel home. On a Wednesday night in America. Arsenal will compete on Saturday. If Partey starts against Chelsea, I’d be shocked.

Declan Rice, who hasn’t played consistently in his midfield position this season, has contributed to the 30-year-old’s hit-or-miss season.

Even though the two hadn’t yet played together, Arteta decided to use Partey as a right-back when he got back in shape.

The team will benefit even more if they can play together as soon as possible, which is what Arsenal supporters are praying for.

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