After beating Manchester United, Arteta has bad news for Arsenal supporters.

As he prepares for yet another absence, Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, has acknowledged that midfielder Thomas Partey’s injury “doesn’t look good.”.

Thomas Partey suffered an injury during an Arsenal training session, and Mikel Arteta is now anticipating that he won’t be able to play for “weeks.”.

After watching his Arsenal team defeat Manchester United 3-1 on Sunday, Arteta spoke to Football London.

Marcus Rashford’s opening strike put the Gunners behind but Martin Odegaard quickly pulled them even.

Declan Rice and Gabriel Jesus scored late goals to give Arsenal the victory, which ignited the Emirates Stadium.

On this Monday morning, there may still be euphoria among Arsenal supporters, but there are some negative developments as well.

Thomas Partey, a midfielder for United, was injured last week and was unable to play on Sunday.

Partey’s injury was confirmed by the Ghanaian FA over the weekend, and he did indeed miss the match against United.

When questioned on Sunday about the injury, Arteta said that Partey’s prognosis is “not good” and that he will be out “for weeks.”.

“I have no idea.
He regrettably suffered an injury while practicing.
Poor appearance. I think he’ll be out for several weeks,” Arteta predicted.

The Kai Havertz experiment is likely to continue despite the injury setback for Thomas Partey

On Sunday, Arteta started with Ben White, William Saliba, Gabriel Magalhaes, and Oleksandr Zinchenko as his back four as usual.

Arsenal has recently utilized some unusual defensive alignments, including Partey at right back.

Although Partey’s injury may have necessitated the change, Partey may have played holding midfield if Arteta had continued with that strategy.

Declan Rice would have advanced more as a result, and Kai Havertz might have been benched.

Let’s be honest: Havertz’s situation at Arsenal right now simply isn’t working.

Before making a terrible error and handing the ball over to Rashford on Sunday, the public was already starting to turn against him.

Now that Partey is injured, Rice will probably stay in holding midfield, and Arteta will keep working with Havertz up front in the hopes that he will find his form soon enough.

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