- Thomas Partey got an injury in Arsenal's Premier League tie with Aston Villa
- The Ghana international will go for a scan to know the nature of the injury
- Partey joined Arsenal from Atletico Madrid and has been impressive this term
Mikel Arteta who is the handler of Premier League side Arsenal has confirmed that his midfielder Thomas Partey will have to go for scan after sustaining an injury against Aston Villa in EPL tie.
Arsenal on Sunday, November 8, disappointed all their fans as they suffered an embarrassing home defeat against Aston Villa in a Premier League battle.
The likes of Gabonese striker Aubameyang, Bukayo Saka and Willian all failed to impress in the encounter played at the Emirates stadium.
Ollie Watkins was impressive in the tie against Arsenal as he scored a brace which helped his team to get maximum three points.
With Arsenal trailing 1-0 at half-time, it was then announced according to the report on UK Sun that Thomas Partey would be replaced by Dani Ceballos.
The report added that Mikel Arteta has confirmed that he cannot really reveal the nature of the injury Thomas Partey sustained.
"We don't know, we have to scan him tomorrow or the day after. He felt it straight away after seven or eight minutes.''
Partey joined Arsenal from Spanish giants Atletico Madrid where he played 132 games in the Spanish La Liga and scored 12 goals before he moved to the Emirates stadium.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Arsenal legend Ian Wright told current gaffer of the Gunner Mikel Arteta to make sure in his efforts to sign 22-year-old Lyon and French midfielder Houssem Aouar in January next year.
Ian Wright is of the views that Aouar will be of great help to Thomas Partey in the midfield for Arsenal if the Gunners' chiefs should bring him to the Emirates stadium.
Arsenal were initially interested in signing Houssem Aouar during the last transfer window, but the Gunners chiefs were unable to meet up with Lyon's asking price.
Houssem Aouar has so far been impressive for Lyon this season scoring four goals and an assist already for the French giants.
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