The 20-year-old midfielder was reportedly set to follow Yaya Sanogo across London to join Charlton on loan, however in the end no move materialised.
The German spent the first half of the season on loan at Premier League side West Bromwich Albion, but only made 3 appearances under Tony Pulis.
Wenger is keen for the youngster to follow in the footsteps of Coquelin and join a Championship side for one or two months with the hope of coming back as a stronger player.
Charlton are still reportedly interested in signing the winger, along with Brighton and Fulham, and there’s no denying that Gnabry would learn a lot from being at any of these three clubs.
With the loan market open until 24th March there’s still plenty of time for a loan deal to be agreed and I wouldn’t be surprised if a move for the talented midfielder happened sooner rather than later.
He is a player that Wenger seems to hold in very high regard and at 20 years old he still has a lot of potential which could be unearthed during a spell at a Championship club.