Barcelona and Valencia closed the deal that will see Munir El Haddadi move on loan to Los Che on Monday night .
The two clubs finalised the last details of the negotiations on Friday with an agreement in principle and all has been completed within the last hours.
Munir's deal establishes that Valencia will not have to pay any amount for the transfer of the 20-year-old but a purchase option has been set for the end of the season in the region of 12 million euros.
Until the last moment, Barça tried to set a repurchase option in the Spaniard's contract but Los Che refused outright and the Blaugrana have had to compromise.
Thus, Barça have lost all economic rights over the player and Valencia are now in the position to unilaterally decided whether to make Munir's transfer permanent at the end of the campaign.
Munir passed a medical examination in Madrid and will join his new team-mates after his participation with the Spain under-21 squad.
Negotiators from Valencia and Barça will now handle all the necessary documentation that will help make the loan move official on Tuesday.