Juve to offer €18m-€20m for 28-year-old flop

Parallels can be drawn between both Juventus and Arsenal at this point of the 2023/24 campaign, with both clubs looking to haul themselves back to the promised land of winning league titles.

The Gunners will have waited 20 years by the end of this season to break that duck, whilst the Bianconeri haven’t earned a Scudetto for the last three seasons but did win the previous nine Serie A titles.

Arsenal currently find themselves in third, just two points behind Premier League leaders, Liverpool, and Juve are in second place in the Italian top-flight and four points behind Inter at the summit.

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Whether either go on to win their respective leagues this season is unlikely to change the fact that Italy’s ‘Old Lady’ are preparing to end the hell that one Arsenal player has experienced since signing on at the Emirates Stadium.

Thomas Partey has never really recaptured the form that saw the Gunners sign him from Atletico Madrid in the first place, and it’ll surely be a relief all round if the news being reported by Fichajes comes to pass.

The outlet suggest that Juve will offer somewhere between €18m-€20m for the 28-year-old’s services, and given how unlikely it is that Partey will resurrect his career in North London, it seems almost certain that he’ll be wearing the black and white stripes from next season.


Source link : https://www.caughtoffside.com/2024/02/09/juventus-to-offer-e18m-e20m-for-28-year-old-to-end-arsenal-hell/

Author : Jason Pettigrove

Publish date : 2024-02-09 09:56:57

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