According to the Sun journalist Jack Rosser, the injury Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey suffered against Manchester City has been described as not serious.
Thomas Partey started the FA Cup match on Friday at the Etihad Stadium and was replaced by Albert Sambi Lokonga at halftime.
Manchester City beat Arsenal 1-0 in a hard-fought FA Cup fourth-round encounter at the Etihad Stadium with Nathan Ake scoring the only goal of the game.
The Ghana international has been a key part of the Arsenal team which currently leads the Premier League by five clear points. Partey’s injury concerns have been a source of headache for the team’s management and fans.
Arsenal will still want midfield cover, but initial checks have shown that Thomas Partey’s injury is not a serious one, according to a Twitter post by Jack Rosser.
His post added that the midfielder will be assessed further in the coming days but the expectation is he’ll be fit for Everton.
Thomas Partey has two goals in 16 matches for Arsenal in the English Premier League.