Latest NewsSports News

Take or Leave it: Thomas Partey given the option to choose between $200 million wages or Join European giants from Arsenal

b7565cd00d12729dcba0aaa534749ee0Y29udGVudHNlYXJjaGFwaSwxNjg3MjE4MjYy 2.65416240 2

Ghanaian football sensation Thomas Partey finds himself in the midst of an astonishing offer that has sent shockwaves through the footballing world. Reports have emerged indicating that clubs from the highly competitive Saudi Pro League have extended an eye-popping proposition to the talented midfielder. The offer on the table is an unprecedented $200 million in wages, an astronomical figure that reflects the immense value placed on Partey’s skills.

images28229 1

If he were to accept this mind-boggling deal, Partey’s bank account would be enriched with an extraordinary $100 million per year over a span of two years. What adds an extra touch of allure to this jaw-dropping package is that the entire sum would be tax-free, making it an offer difficult to resist for any player.

Unsurprisingly, the news has created a buzz among football enthusiasts, with the rumor mill suggesting that renowned Saudi Arabian clubs such as Al Ahli, Al Nassr, and Al Khaleej have positioned themselves as potential suitors for the coveted midfielder. While it remains to be seen how this captivating saga unfolds, fans around the world eagerly await

Black Stars Keep Their Hopes Of Reaching Qatar 2022 Alive 1 1

Thomas Partey’s decision, which could mark a milestone in the realm of football transfers. These intriguing developments have been brought to light by the reputable source @SannieDaara, further fueling the speculation surrounding this monumental offer.

In another report, Italian giants Juventus are also monitoring Partey’s situation as the Arsenal midfield maestro’s future remains uncertain at Arsenal. Thomas is said to be considering a move to Juventus however the juicy offers from the three Saudi giants; Al Ahli, Al Nassr, and Al Khaleej might make Thomas reconsider his move.

As it stands now, everything rests on his decision whether to join Juventus or Move to Saudi Arabia

Back to top button