Arsenal are interested in taking FC Barcelona attacker Munir El Haddadi on a short-term loan deal in the winter transfer window.

Munir Eld Haddadi has made sensational start to his career at FC Barcelona as he made some impressive performances in the early parts of this season but he is expected to struggle for the regular playing time at the Camp Nou club now after the return of Luis Suarez from four month ban.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is aware of the huge potential of youngster Munir and he wants to sign him on the permanent basis but FC Barcelona management is not ready to let him go.

Meanwhile, reports coming from England have also confirmed the interest of Arsenal in FC Barcelona starlet. The Daily Star report claims that: “Arsenal are interested in taking Barcelona forward Munir El Haddadi on a short-term loan deal in the January transfer window. Munir El Haddadi starred for Barcelona at the start of the season under new boss Luis Enrique but the return of £75m summer signing Luis Suarez has forced him to bide his time on the bench.”

FC Barcelona boss Luis Enrique chose to give 19 year old Munir Eld Haddadi some playing opportunities at the start of this season and he didn’t disappoint him as the youngster gave some excellent performances for the Blaugrana side.

Munir El Haddadi’s excellent displays have not gone unnoticed in Europe and Arsenal are genuinely interested in bringing the starlet to the Emirates Stadium in January transfer window. It is being reported that Arsenal want to sign him on permanent basis but FC Barcelona management is not ready for this.

FC Barcelona’s Sporting Director Andoni Zubizarretta is well aware of the huge potential of Munir Eld Haddadi and he is not ready to sale him but coach Luis Enrique feels that a loan move abroad will help the youngster to get some valuable playing time.

The Arsenal management is aware of FC Barcelona’s stand on the future of Munir El Haddadi and they are ready to offer them a solution by taking the player on 6 month loan deal. Arsenal are in the market for a quality winger but Arsene Wenger is reluctant to spend big in winter transfer window. A short term loan deal for Munir El Haddadi offers them a great solution and they are eager to give a much needed playing time to this talented youngster.