BARCELONA have agreed a deal to sign Mesut Ozil, according to reports in Spain — but there's a hold up.
However, he has yet to get the approval of his fellow board members, with some unsure he is the right fit for the club.
Barcelona are desperate to bring in a top quality attacking midfielder in January, having missed out on Philippe Coutinho.
Sanllehi has been in London to negotiate with Ozil's agent Erkut Sogut, as well as his agent.
However, sporting director Pep Segura, who ultimately has the final say, is not convinced.
However, with his contract expiring at the end of the season, Segura believes that would be "gifting" Arsenal the amount.
Fellow director Robert Fernandez and manager Ernesto Valverde will also have their say on whether they think his arrival would be in the club's best interests.
Coutinho remains their prime target, but Sanllehi believes they would have more success pursuing Ozil due to Liverpool's resistance to part with the Brazilian.