Dani Ceballos was one of Arsenal’s best players since the Premier League restarted in June but they have been forced to say goodbye to him after the Emirates FA Cup final as he was only loaned to the gunners for just one year but it’s believed that the North London want to bring him back for another season.
Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta has said many times that he has been impressed with the progress that Dani Ceballos has made because he at first didn’t value him so much as he benched him but the Spaniard kept calm, and impressed in training to get a regular spot in the starting eleven and so it’s no surprise that the gunners are hoping to get him on another season long loan deal.
A report by Standard has today confirmed that Real Madrid have made a U-turn in their decision over the future of Dani Ceballos as they will now want to keep him despite earlier reports that claimed that they would loan the 24 year old back to the North Londoners for another season with an option to buy. The report claims that Real Madrid have changed their mind after their elimination from the UEFA Champions League to Manchester City and that Dani Ceballos will now join the rest of his teammates for the upcoming pre-season to prepare for the 2020/21 Spanish LA Liga season.
The gunners will definitely be disappointed that they might not get Ceballos on another loan deal but they could however try to permanently sign him as Mikel Arteta is a huge fan of the midfielder and the player himself has already said that he wants to play at a club that will give him minutes so that he could be in the squad that plays for Spain in the 2021 Euro tournament. Standard also mentions that even though Real Madrid hierarchy want to keep Ceballos, their head coach Zidane is not quite a big fan of the 24 year old.
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