Jon Toral was recently recalled by Arsenal football club from Spanish side, Granada where he was on loan.
Last summer, the Gunners loaned him to Granada football club.
Granada football club on its website announced the call-back of the 21-year old and said the player is moving back to his parent club.
The 21-year old who joined the team last summer has featured in only six games for the club since his arrival at Granada.
The Spanish defender was not called back to play for Arsenal. Arsene Wenger is planning on loaning him to another team. Arsenal football club plans to loan Toral to a club where he would enjoy plenty of play time to facilitate in his development.
The attacking midfielder started his football career in Santes Creus before he moved to Barcelona football club. He played for the Spanish champions Barcelona for eight years from 2003 till 2011.
In 2014 the 21-year old attacking midfielder moved to Arsenal football club where he played for three years until he was loaned out.
Jon Toral was loaned to Brentford where he made 34 appearances and scored six goals.
In 2015 Toral left Brentford for Birmingham where he displayed very good performance, he featured in 36 games and scored eight times.
After playing for Birmingham for a year the Spanish midfielder then moved to Granada where he continued his career until he was recalled by Arsenal.
Jon Toral played for Granada just six times and scored a single goal during his loan spell with Granada. He scored the single winning goal for Granada in the match against Osasuna.
He received two yellow cards despite his small playing time with Granada but was not shown a red card.
The star attacking midfielder has not only evaded the red card this season, he has evaded the red card for many years of his career.