The German under-21 international has failed to captivate the eyes of Tony Pulis during his time on loan with the Midlands side, however, he is contracted to remain with the club until the end of the current campaign.
Gnabry has played just 12 minutes this season and has been demoted to play with the under-21 squad in order to gain some level of regular football.
It’s unlikely that the Gunners will allow Gnabry to leave from his loan spell earlier than planned unless Tony Pulis also agrees to send the player back to the club as West Brom are paying his wages, and if Arsenal don’t have plans for him to play, they can let Albion continue to pay him rather than have the cash come from their funds.
If Gnabry does return to Arsenal, he would likely enjoy a spell with the under-21s or be sent out on another loan, preferably to another Premier League side or one in the Championship if he is guaranteed regular first-team football.
That option may appeal to the youngster as it looks like he wants to jump on his proverbial bicycle and get out of West Brom as quickly as possible