Ceballos boost for Arsenal as Real Madrid halt ace’s potential switch to Valencia

According to Marca, Valencia’s possible loan move for Dani Ceballos has hit a stumbling block, this could massively boost Arsenal’s chances of keeping hold of the ace for the second-half of the season.

Marca claim that Real Madrid aren’t keen on sending the playmaker to a side that are seen as a domestic rival – Valencia also remain in the Champions League which is hinted to be factor in Madrid’s decision to halt a move.

It’s added that Real Betis are also interested in a move for Ceballos, the 23-year-old is reportedly keen on a mid-season switch in a bid to make his case to be included in Spain’s squad for the Euros.

Ceballos in action for Arsenal this season.

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  1. Arsenal have a contract with R.Madrid for the loan for one season without a recall clause,(different situation on the loan of Nketia in wich there was a recall clause); if any part want to break that contract they have to have the other part in agreement.Arteta said that Ceballos is not going anywhere.End of the history.I am glad because Ceballos showed last night that he can be valuable for the team.

    1. MA never ruled out the possibility for him to leave.
      He was played as a no.8 yesterday and i think he did ok but he needs to work on his pace.His techniques,passes and skillset are superb.And i think Joe willock was good as a no.10 in the opening 30 minutes or so and he is being improved and given chances by MA because ceballos is gonna go anyway.

    1. Really, McLovin? You KNOW this, do you? No question about it? Yiou have it in writing signed by Arsenal board including both Kronkies?

  2. Ceballos should be kept because he can surely improve under MA and his skill sets are fine including ball control and perfect passing. He can start the Birnley game instead of Ozil.

  3. Whoever is not committed to Arsenal football club should be allowed to MUST be about full commitment, last night’s game at Bournemouth illustrates this point, the kids played with passion and commitment as usual and won the game for us thereby pushing the so-called BIG BOYS to raise their game or be put to shame. Dani Ceballos should take the chance he has well and not behave like a spoilt brat, if he is better than the players being played regularly, there is no way he won’t get a shirt…RAISE YOUR GAME DANI instead of thinking to jump ship, you are not even guaranteed a position there too unless you play well, so why don’t you do so where you are now.

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