The Sun revealed that after the Dani Ceballos loan from Real Madrid lapses, Arsenal will say farewell, Ceballos. The news comes seven days after the Dani Ceballos transfer news for this season was settled after the Dani Ceballos loan was reached out till the finish of the ebb and flow season. It is accounted for that the Arsenal manager isn’t intrigued by Dani Ceballos. Instead, Mikel Arteta will be hoping to offer chances to more youthful players, for example, Bukayo Saka, Joe Willock, and Ainsley Maitland-Niles. Another potential reason the Gunners could be hoping to avoid the Dani Ceballos transfer is a lack of assets at the club amid the uncertain financial conditions coming about because of the pandemic and the fact that the Gunners could be without European football next season.
Earlier this month, Sport Witness while covering Arsenal transfer news revealed an update on the Dani Ceballos transfer, stating that the midfielder is hoping to leave Arsenal and likes to play in Spain next season. The Dani Ceballos transfer news revealed that the player feels playing in his nation of origin would place him in a superior situation to get into the Spanish national team. Several reports connected Ceballos with a transfer to Valencia.
The Ceballos loan deal was finished when the midfielder finished the paperwork for the club on a year-long loan from Real Madrid for a £3.5 million charge. The midfielder was initially marked by previous Arsenal manager Unai Emery as a replacement for Aaron Ramsey. Dani Ceballos has had a blended time at Arsenal. While the Spaniard dazzled initially, he endured a hamstring injury which precluded him for two months.
Ceballos’ physical issue agreed with the change in leadership at Arsenal, with Mikel Arteta coming in. Since returning from injury, the player has failed to dazzle Mikel Arteta, which has fuelled the Dani Ceballos transfer bits of gossip. On the off chance that reports covering Arsenal transfer news are to be accepted, the Gunners don’t accept the midfielder’s performances have advocated the £30 million expense which is normal by Real Madrid.