Latest Arsenal injury updates on Partey, smith Rowe, and 3 other players ahead of Sunday’s game against Brentford.
Thomas Partey, an Arsenal midfielder, is reportedly back in full training ahead of Sunday’s matchup with Brentford.
The international player from Ghana missed the previous four matches due to a recurrence of an old thigh ailment.
He’ll probably be in the matchday lineup, but he might not be ready to start this weekend.
There is still enough time for Partey to get fully match-fit and at least take to the substitutes’ bench against the Bees.
Thomas Partey is a strong presence in the middle of the park for Arsenal and protects the back-line well.
Moreover, as reported by CBS Sports in March 2022, Partey is also a very vocal presence in the Arsenal dressing room.
Emile Smith Rowe has a groin problem that flared up in the warm-down after the defeat to Manchester United eight days ago.
It has been suggested that he might require surgery, but the club’s medical staff is still evaluating the matter.
Cedric Soares did not travel out to Zurich for the Europa League game last week due to a knock but he isn’t expected to be on the sidelines for too long.
Reiss Nelson is still undergoing treatment on a muscular issue, while Mohamed Elneny is likely to be out for a number of months with a hamstring injury.