Arsenal have reached an agreement with FC Den Bosch for striker Nikolaj Möller to return to the club on loan next season.

That’s according to Brabants Dagblad, who say the striker is set to extend his stay in the Netherlands after his loan spell last season.

The youngster spent the second half of last season on loan with the Dutch side, joining them at the end of the January transfer window and going on to make 11 appearances in all competitions for them, scoring two goals and registering one assist.

He had been set to return to Arsenal this summer at the end of that deal, but BD report the Gunners have now struck a new deal.

According to their information, technical manager Jas Gösgens has been in discussions with Arsenal over a new loan deal, having recently announced he would like to keep Möller next season.

That’s now been achieved, with Möller’s current contract at the Emirates set to expire in 2024, so there are no issues on that front.

The Arsenal youngster will be the sixth arrival at Den Bosch this summer and the second striker to be signed alongside Joey Konings, who has joined on a free transfer from De Graafschap.