The midfielder made 11 appearances for the second-tier side, who are languishing at the bottom of the league table.
A statement read: “Miguel Azeez is no longer a UD Ibiza player. Arsenal and UD Ibiza have reached an agreement to end the loan that linked him to our club.
“From UD Ibiza we wish him all the luck in the world in his professional future. Thank you Miguel!”
Miguel Azeez deja de ser jugador de la UD Ibiza. @Arsenal y UD Ibiza han llegado a un acuerdo para finalizar la cesión que le unía a nuestro club.
Desde la UD Ibiza le deseamos toda la suerte del mundo en su futuro profesional. ¡Gracias, Miguel!#VamosIbiza 💙 #GraciasMiguel pic.twitter.com/G9EFTYF365
— UD Ibiza (@ibizaud) January 4, 2023
Prior to leaving on deadline day of the summer window, Azeez had been a regular in Arsenal’s Under-21 team.
Mikel Arteta will now have to decide whether to send the 20-year-old out on loan again or return him to the reserves.
A space on the first-team bench appears unlikely for Azeez despite young forward Nathan Butler-Oyedeji making the squad for the draw with Newcastle, as the league leaders are well-stocked for midfielders.