According to head coach Diego Simeone, Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey is all around ok to play for “the best teams in Europe.”
After eight years in Madrid, Thomas was connected to a transition to the Premier League with Arsenal, where he initially featured for the young and hold teams at Atleti.
Simeone can perceive any reason why such a move will appeal to the London club and several other European giants, regardless of whether Thomas is as yet searching for progression.
“Thomas is the person who understands this position best, and the transition from guard to attacking, shooting, scoring, assisting, and playing passes between the lines,” Simeone told columnists ahead of Atleti ‘s game against Osasana.
“While he is reliably at his most significant level he is effective to the point that all of Europe’s best teams are taking a gander at him.”This time last year, Joao Felix was one of the most looked for after talents on the landmass, yet his first season at Atleti wasn’t totally up to speed.
A €126 million (£112m/$142 m) marked by Benfica, the Portuguese played only four times in La Liga and was not toward the end of the week draw with Athletic Bilbao because of a knee injury.
Simeone’s remarks came after he had sustained a thigh strain from Atletico ‘s detailed defender Felipe. The 31-year-old endured a setback because of injury, having already missed Sunday’s stalemate at Athletic, the primary game at Atleti since the resumption of La Liga.