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Barcelona eyes Thomas Partey amid Arsenal uncertain future

Arsenal midfield player, Thomas Partey has become one of Barcelona’s target as the summer transfer window approaches, with the Ghanaian’s contract set to expire in 2025.

With the Ghanaian’s contract set to expire in 2025, Barcelona is looking forward to signing Partey to strengthen their squad.

Despite the midfielder’s strong comeback with splendid performances, doubts have emerged about his future at the club due to his current injury setbacks.

Airing that Partey is on Barcelona’s list of potential targets, Spanish journalist Adrian Sanchez revealed that despite the Catalan giants facing financial constraints, they are eyeing him at an affordable option. With just a year left on his contract, Partey could be open to a move to Barcelona.

Competition in Arsenal’s midfield has intensified, with players like Declan Rice and Jorginho being linked to the club, further fueling speculation about Partey’s potential departure.

In recent seasons, Partey has struggled for fitness, limiting him to just 11 league appearances this term. Despite interest from Barcelona, Serie A outfit Juventus have also been rumoured to be interested in acquiring his services.

While there were rumours linking Partey to Saudi Arabia in the January transfer window, no deal materialised.

However, with Arteta and Arsenal sporting director Edu eyeing potential funds for summer transfers, Partey’s departure could be on the cards.

As the summer transfer window approaches, attention will be focused on Partey’s future, particularly with Barcelona expressing interest, adding another layer to the speculation regarding the midfielder’s potential departure from Arsenal.

With Xavi’s reversal on his future plans, Barcelona is now aiming to recruit quality players to bolster their squad and enhance their prospects of winning a trophy next season. This comes after their elimination from the UEFA Champions League following a quarter-final defeat to Paris St-Germain.

Furthermore, Barcelona has nearly conceded their pursuit of the La Liga title, with Real Madrid on the brink of securing the trophy.

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