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Juventus Opens Talks With Arsenal Over Signing Of Thomas Partey



Recent information gathered by indicates Juventus has opened talks with Arsenal concerning the signing of Ghanaian midfielder Thomas Partey, after the agreed personal terms with the Italian football club.

The Ghanaian midfielder recently snubbed a rumoured transfer move to Saudi Arabia in favour of a three-year deal with Juventus.
According to reports trooping in from Italy, there have been new contacts between Juventus and Arsenal, but the Turin side may have to offload some players before they can finally afford to sign the Ghana player.
It’s been a hectic window for Juventus, who are looking to follow up the remarkable signing of rapid USMNT winger Timothy Weah with a swap deal with North London club, Chelsea involving Dusan Vlahovic and Belgian attacker Romelu Lukaku, on top of their acquisition of Thomas Partey.
The Ghanaian defensive midfielder’s versatile approach and tactical awareness makes him a preferable option, and the 30-year-old footballer is reportedly bent on embarking on a new football challenge.
Juventus will be making these signings with hopes their transfer activity could eventually help bring home a first Serie A title since the 2019-20 season.
With the club’s financial scandal resulting in a ban from Europe for next season, domestic silverware will be the main objective, and Allegri seems to think Thomas Partey could be the perfect midfielder to make that happen.
Things are gradually going as planned, with personal terms reportedly sorted.
It appears as though it will only take a little time before the Ghana midfielder swaps London for Turin and joins new midfield partners such as Paul Pogba and Manuel Locatelli in Italy.

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