In light of Ghana’s quest to have a fully fit team ahead of the upcoming AfCON tournament, Thomas Partey has shown signs of fitness after resuming training ahead of the continental tournament scheduled to be held Ivory Coast early next year.

Thomas Partey Revives Ghana's Hopes As He Makes Injury Return Ahead Of AfCON 2023

The Arsenal midfielder has been out of action for both club and country, since the October international break, after he suffered a muscle injury while training for Arsenal’s Champions League clash against Sevilla in Spain.

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Considering the severity of the injury sustained, the Ghanaian midfielder was expected to be out of action during the 2023 AfCON tournament.

However, earlier this month, the former Athletico Madrid player was seen working out at the gym while engaging in some vigorous training sessions as a sign of his readiness to play in the upcoming tournament.

Despite resuming training, Partey was exempted from Arsenal’s selection for their upcoming match against Liverpool in the English Premier League.

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Though Partey hasn’t been confirmed fully fit for the upcoming AFCON tournament, he has been named in Ghana’s provisional 55-man squad for the tournament and it’s very likely he might selected among the final 27-man squad that will be representing the country at the continental tournament.

Thomas Partey, a player of the Black Stars team who doubles as the Deputy captain of the team has played an integral part in the team’s recent successes being the only player to have scored against Nigeria in the team’s final 2022 World Cup qualifiers which secured Ghana a place at the recent mundial hosted in Qatar last year.

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