Arsenal news: Gunners in Paulo Dybala transfer battle amid Thomas Partey injury

Arsenal are hoping for a third straight Premier League win but could be without Thomas Partey in the near future as Gunners has sustained an injury

Mikel Arteta with Granit Xhaka and Thomas Partey.
Mikel Arteta with Granit Xhaka and Thomas Partey.

Arsenal will try to cement their place in the league First League Top 4 when they hit the road west ham United on Sunday afternoon.

The Gunners are looking for victory after their third straight win Chelsea and Manchester United a place in the put Champions League Places back in your own hands. defeats against southampton, Brighton & Hove Albion and crystal palace Mikel had done Arteta’s side Tottenham Hotspur in contention for fourth place.

However, a recent slump in form for Spurs has opened the gap for him arsenal to sneak back up the climb. With five games to go, there will be plenty more twists and turns before the end of the season.

Mirror Sport have your latest Arsenal headlines ahead of the trip to the London stadium, including an injury update from Thomas Partey, as well as the latest on Paulo Dybala’s future.

Partey injury blow

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has said he fears midfielder Thomas Partey will not return from injury this season. It comes at a pivotal moment for the Gunners, who head into the final couple of games of the season with Champions League qualification still at stake.

The Ghanaian limped away in the side’s 3-0 defeat at Crystal Palace earlier this month, with his thigh causing a problem that was to “keep him away for weeks”. Fears about his return subsided as Partey appeared to speed up his recovery.

However, Arteta confirmed that he doesn’t expect him to be available for the rest of the season. Speech in his pre-game press conference Ahead of Sunday’s game at West Ham, he said: “That’s him [Partey] Made progress but he had a serious injury so we don’t expect him to progress fast enough to see him again this season.”

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Arsenal’s Dybala pursuit

Arsenal, Manchester United etc newcastle have all joined Tottenham in the race for juventus According to reports, striker Paulo Dybala. The 28-year-old will be free in the summer as his contract with the Bianconeri expires.

It comes at a time when Arteta is looking to add a forward to his roster, with the duo Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah set to leave as free agents themselves. Discussing the need to strengthen his attacking options, the Spaniard said: “Now is the moment when we need to increase the quality.

Juventus striker Paulo Dybala.


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“We need someone to put the ball in the net, that’s priority number one. Any successful team needs enough scoring potential in their squad.” From Dominic Calvert-Lewin to Gabriel Jesus, many players have been associated with this role.

And it seems like Dybala is the newest than ESPN reports that Arsenal, Manchester United, Newcastle and Tottenham have all been in touch with his agent to be kept updated on his situation. Whether he would fit into Arteta’s system remains to be seen as he is often used as a second striker in a front two.

Where that could work, however, is Spurs. Antonio Conte’s team is said to have been in contact with the Argentine’s agent for months, a deal previously failed under Mauricio Pochettino in 2019. The Italy manager is believed to want to reshuffle his squad after making just two new additions in January. However, both Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur have impressed, opening the door for potentially more signings this summer.

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barking hope

Mikel Arteta has revealed he plans to have Hector Bellerin return to Arsenal next season when his loan spell at Real Betis comes to an end.

The Spaniard ended a 10-year stint in north London when he secured a deadline-day loan move to Los Verdiblancos last summer. He has enjoyed a hugely successful spell with his youth club, which helped them lift their first trophy in 17 years thanks to a win over Valencia in the Copa del Rey final.

Betis also has a chance of qualifying for the Champions League and Bellerin’s impressive performances have sparked rumors that La Liga could sign him for around €10m this summer. However, Arteta has revealed he still plans to see the 27-year-old return to the Emirates next year.

“Every player with a contractual commitment with us, in both directions, is our player and is considered our player,” said the Gunners boss. “Each plan takes into account the possibility (that Bellerin could stay) and how they can fit into our team.”

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