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Munir has started all La Liga games this season ahead of Neymar.Reuters

Barcelona are ready to offer Arsenal and Chelsea target Munir El Haddadi a lucrative contract extension to secure his long-term future at the Camp Nou, according to reports in Spain.

The 19-year-old striker has been earmarked as the next big thing to emerge from La Masia following an amazing start to the campaign under new manager Luis Enrique.

The young forward has enjoyed a meteoric rise from the Barcelona under-19 side to the first team in just 10 months, having started all three La Liga games this campaign, even ahead of Brazilian star Neymar.

Munir scored a goal against Elche in his Barcelona debut earlier in the season, attracting the attention of both a number of European big clubs and Spanish manager Vicente del Bosque.

Del Bosque eventually handed the Barcelona prodigy his full international debut last week against Macedonia, after Chelsea number nine Diego Costa was withdrawn from the game due to an injury.

Despite an impressive start to the season, his future at the Nou Camp has been under scrutiny in recent weeks after reports revealed he is still on a youth contract at Barcelona, meaning that any club can secure his services by paying his reduced £9.4m (€12m) release clause.

In this sense, Sport say both Chelsea and Arsenal are keen on meeting his buy-out clause, while Real Madrid are also monitoring his situation.

Arsene Wenger already tried to lure him to north London last year but Munir then opted instead to sign a new three year deal with the Catalans.

However, nobody expected such a meteoric rise and Barcelona gave him a release clause that now looks a bargain for such a big talent.

Sport adds that Barcelona are concerned that Munir could follow in the footsteps of other youngsters like Fabregas, who moved from the Catalan giants' academy to Arsenal in 2003, at 16-years old.

Reports say that the Spanish club are set to offer Munir a new lucrative contract with a much higher release-clause to secure his long-term future at the Nou Camp.