Dani Ceballos puts Arsenal fans in nail-biting situation

Dani Ceballos managed to become one of Emirates Stadium’s new public idols through his Impressive appearance before the competition was suspended. But the midfielder does not seem to be long with Arsenal.

The young Spanish midfielder moved closer to Real Madrid in the summer transfer market of 2017, but because he rarely got the chance to play, he was loaned out to Arsenal.

As of the beginning of this 2019/20 season, Ceballos was officially loaned to Arsenal. He performed quite nicely with the North London team. In fact, his figure is able to shift other players such as Aaron Ramsey to Mesut Ozil.

So it is natural that Arsenal intend to redeem the former Real Betis official tag permanently in the transfer market next summer. Unfortunately, the desire of the Gunners unrequited.

In his most recent interview, Dani Ceballos made Arsenal fans bite their fingers by claiming that he was still a Real Madrid player.

“I am a Real Madrid player,” Ceballos told TVE.

The 23-year-old midfielder felt that his move from Real Betis to Real Madrid was like a dream come true. According to him, it was a rare opportunity, and not all players could join a team of classmates Real Madrid.

“I think any player in the world would want to play for Real Madrid. As well as I.” He said.

Real Madrid itself still has a line of quality and experienced midfielders like Toni Kroos, Casemiro, Luka Modric and Paul Pogba will reportedly also be joining. However, Dani Ceballos did not break the charcoal.

He still believes that Real Madrid is the ideal team to achieve success in his future career.

“I still have a contract with them for the next three years. I believe they are the ideal team for me to achieve success,” he said.

Unfortunately, Los Blancos is believed to still not be able to guarantee regular play to Dani Ceballos next season. For that they plan to re-lend the Spanish midfielder.

If only Ceballos really did not want to be loaned out to Arsenal again, Sevilla is believed to be ready to accommodate the player.

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