The 25-year-old Brazilian midfielder has failed to impress in Turin under coach Massimiliano Allegri this season and he seemed close to a move to the Gunners in the January transfer window, but ultimately this failed to materialise. The second half of his season has been much better than the first, but it’s hard to imagine Allegri continuing to rely on Arthur as the team fight to return to the top.
As reported by AS, Juventus believe that Arsenal’s Partey may be the ideal candidate to strengthen Allegri’s midfield, and now they’re considering the idea of sending Arthur to North London in exchange.
A deal may be tough to pull off, however, as the Gunners value the 28-year-old Ghanaian midfielder at around €35m. Arthur, in comparison, has an estimated market value of around €20m, so Juventus may need to include cash to sweeten the deal.
La #Juventus está interesada en Thomas Partey del #Arsenal como refuerzo del mediocampo de #Allegri
La #Juve tendría que pagar €35M pero busca inserir a #Arthur en la operación para bajar el precio
[@diarioas]#ForzaJuve #FinoAllaFine #PuebloJ
— PuebloJuve (@PuebloJuve) May 8, 2022