The Ghana international was linked with both the Pensioners and the Gunners during the offseason, but ultimately remained with Juve as a long-term injury prevented any move from taking place.
Having recently returned to full fitness, there had been the possibility that the Black Star could once again be targeted by the London pair in January.
Nominally a midfielder, Asamoah has shone at Juventus on the left flank, impressing as a left-back, left wing-back or left winger, and providing another dimension to the Old Lady’s attack.
However, the 27-year-old’s misfortunes appear set to continue, with a new muscle problem set to ensure that Kojo will remain on the sidelines for some time to come [Goal].
Even if the former Udinese man can return to full fitness for January, would either Arsenal or Chelsea gamble on a player who has continually struggled to prove that he can stay injury free?
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