Arsene Wenger is reportedly keen on bolstering his side in the January transfer window for the second half of the 2015/2016 season.
Arsenal winger Serge Gnabry will end his loan spell at the Hawthorns once the two clubs could resolve the loan disputes they are currently having.
The German Under -21 joined the Baggies on a season long loan deal but failed to sparkle or impress West Brom coach Tony Pulis after only featuring once in the premier league, making a total of 12 appearance minutes since arriving from Arsenal while his only two starts for the Baggies is in the Capital one cup as talks are on going to bring him back to the Emirates.
According to Standard Sports, the reason why Gnabry is still with West Bromwich Albion is due to an on going disagreement over the size of the loan fee West Brom should pay. There was a figure agreed at the outset but West Brom are now believed to be willing only to pay half that amount because the loan is ending prematurely.
The Gunners according to the same source believes they should get full payment as West Brom were given first option ahead of other clubs. Once this issue is resolved, Gnabry would return to the Emirates; but it looks certain that he would be sent out on loan again for the remainder of the season.
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