The 27-year-old Atletico Madrid Defensive midfielder has a £43million release clause on his current contract with Atletico, but Arsenal are hopeful of negotiating a lower price for the defensive midfielder so they don’t have to meet the full fee to sign him.
However, the Spanish giant are reported to have offered the Thomas Partey a new deal that would see the midfielder double his current £65,000-a-week wages and also increase his release clause to £87.2 million.
According to report reaching GHANASoccernet.com, Thomas Party has decided to stay put at Atletico Madrid where the midfielder has spent the bulk of his senior career bar loan spells at Mallorca and Almeria.
The reports also indicate that his representatives from the Spanish La Liga side Atlético Madrid hierarchy led by Enrique Cerezo have found a common ground and he will be inking the deal in the coming days.
Thomas Partey arrived at Spanish La Liga, with Atlético Madrid in 2011. Thomas Party had to taste loan spells at Real Mallorca and Almeria before returning to make his debut for Atletico Madrid in 2015.
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