Edu to take £18m transfer gamble as Arsenal make decision on January Thomas Partey replacement

It’s just under a month ago that Thomas Partey rated his own time at Arsenal as a four out of 10 following the defeat to Manchester United.

The world class midfield displays the Ghanaian was purportedly capable of had become the Gunners’ El Dorado, with Mikel Arteta constantly in search of something that many had begun to question if he would ever find.

As a seemingly impossible worse display against Everton followed the stinker at Old Trafford, Partey‘s disciples were dismissed as conspiracy theorists several steps away from acceptance in their grieving process at his failed move to North London.