Ready Arsenal fans after Dani Ceballos talks Gunners future and drops massive hint
DANI CEBALLOS WANTS TO LEAVE ARSENAL AND MAKE RETURN BACK TO REAL MADRID?
Arsenal midfielder Dani Ceballos has dropped a massive hint that he wants to return back to the Spanish League and fight for his place in the Real Madrid side.
Arsenal boss Unai emeryUnai emeryUnai emery was desperate to add a another creative midfielder to his squad during the summer transfer window after losing Aaron Ramsey to Juventus on a free transfer to Juventus, and the Spanish boss was keen to acquire Ceballos from Real Madrid.
The Gunners have been missing a deep-lying playmaker since Santi Cazorla was in his pomp, but in Ceballos, fans are convinced Unai Emery might have finally found an heir to the diminutive cult hero, and he hinted his stay in north London could be longer term and insisted he simply wasn’t enjoying his football at the Bernabeu.
‘Going to Arsenal has been a very important step in my career,’ he said on the AS website ‘I don’t feel sorry for not being in Madrid. Right now I am where I want to be and I am very happy. My idea was to go out, play and enjoy football.
‘In the previous two years I had not done so. Our goal is to reach the European Championship in the best possible conditions. We have a team with a lot of room for improvement. ‘We work side by side to show the level we want in the European Championship.’
‘Our goal is to reach the European Championship in the best possible conditions. We have a team with a lot of room for improvement. ‘We work side by side to show the level we want in the European Championship.’
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However, asked for clarification on his earlier comments Ceballos said to Radio MARCAsaid to Radio MARCAsaid to Radio MARCA: “My words were misunderstood.
“When I do not play, I don’t enjoy myself.
“I knew that it was an important year, the coach [for Spain, Robert Moreno] has doubts and the one who doesn’t play isn’t going to be called up – it was a good time to go out on loan.
“With [Unai] Emery’s confidence, I may have a chance of going to the Euros.”
“I never thought of leaving permanently. My goal is to succeed at Real Madrid. I’m going to fight to fulfil my dream. A player is not happy if he doesn’t play, but when he feels important and does, then he is happy.
“Obviously I have been at Real Madrid. I have learnt from the best and I have won trophies, but it is easier when you play matches. I’m happy and I feel important [at Arsenal], with room for improvement to play at the Euros next year.”
Arsenal have been missing a player like Ceballos in the centre of the park since the departure of Cesc Fabregas, and the fact that Arsenal have got the young man on a try-before-they buy basis means that they have first dibs next summer if he continues to impress.
But judging by these words, he will not be staying at the Emirates next season.