British tabloid newspaper the Daily Mirror reports that the North London side Arsenal have finally reached an agreement with Spanish La Liga outfit Barcelona to have Denis Suarez switch to the Emirate Stadium on a loan deal.
The Gunners are reported to have agreed to pay the sum of £2 million to land the central midfielder but there is also an agreement for a permanent buy from the Catalans at the end of the season.
This development is coming after weeks of speculations and talks between both sides as they earlier refused to agree on a common stand.
While the Spanish side requested to have the player sold on a permanent basis, the North London outfit insisted that they will have the Spanish player on loan before seeking to complete the deal for a permanent move in the coming summer window.
It was revealed that should the Gunners decide to activate the option of a permanent buy, they will have to pay the sum of £20 million to pull the deal through.
Meanwhile, Gunners Manager Unai Emery is believed to be a strong fan of Denis Suarez and he is believed to be the man who insisted on the deal to fall through.