Arsenal have received a huge injury boost as Thomas Partey returned to full training ahead of the Brentford game on Sunday.
The Gunners have had a fantastic start to the campaign this year, securing five wins and scoring 13 goals in the process. The Ghanaian started the opening three games but has been sidelined since then.
Partey has been out with a thigh injury since reporting tightness while training before the Fulham match. It has been reported that he was back in light field work ahead of the postponed Europa League clash against PSV Eindhoven.
From the latest pictures, it is clear the midfielder was involved in the first-team training. His involvement in full training could suggest that he is in contention to make his return against the Bees.
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The Gunners’ squad has been stretched thin due to injuries in the midfield. Mohamed Elneny is not expected to recover from a hamstring injury this year, while Emile Smith Rowe has been suffering from a groin problem. So, Partey’s return to full fitness will be a welcome boost for Mikel Arteta.