Gunners could now use those funds to help with their summer rebuilding plans.
Arsenal have received an extra £2 million from Spanish giants FC Barcelona following the sale of midfield player Cesc Fabregas to the Catalans two years ago, reports the Daily Mail.
Spain international Fabregas finally ended his eight-year association with the north London club in August 2011, moving to the Camp Nou in a deal worth an initial 29 million euros.
However, as part of the playmaker’s Barca contract was a clause stipulating that were Fabregas to win his first Liga title with the club, then the Spaniards would have to pay the Gunners an extra £2m on top of their initial outlay on the player.
Tito Vilanova‘s side wrapped up La Liga this weekend without even playing after arch-rivals Real Madrid could only manage a 1-1 draw at lowly Espanyol.
Fabregas has at times struggled for form since swapping London for Barcelona, although the 26-year-old has still featured in 26 league matches for Barca to date this season, registering ten goals and 11 assists to his name in the process.