Arsenal are set to make a big money offer to Barcelona youngster Munir El Haddadi, with the Gunners keen to snatch the young talent while his £9 million release clause is still active in his contract, as reported by Sport Witness.
The Spanish youngster was recently called up to the full international side, replacing Chelsea’s Diego Costa after he withdrew from the squad as a result of a hamstring injury.
He also made his Barcelona first team debut this season, and has scored one goal in the four games he’s played for the Catalan giants.
However, a clause in his contract which allows him to depart for €12 million (£9 million) does not stop existing until he becomes a fully fledged member of the first team, and Arsenal are hoping to take advantage of that.
To that end, they’ve offered him a supposedly astronomical fee to bring him in to the Emirates Stadium, although Spanish outlet Sport believe he will likely turn it down and remain at the Camp Nou as a result.