Dani Ceballos latest comments indicates he will be leaving Arsenal

Dani Ceballos appears to suggest that his future is in La Liga after admitting that his game is more suited to the Spanish game.

The midfielder has been on loan at Arsenal for the last two seasons and there have been suggestions that he would be signed permanently.

His fine form during Project Restart last season made Arsenal consider signing him on a permanent basis.

However, they could only get him on another loan deal for this campaign.

He has remained a key member of the team and was joined by fellow Real Madrid-owned player, Martin Odegaard in the last transfer window.

Odegaard seems to have made a better impression at the Emirates, but Madrid has ruled out selling the Norwegian, which could see the Gunners make a move for Ceballos.

However, his recent comments could now make that more difficult after he admitted that he feels his game would be better suited to the Spanish top flight.

In an interview with Onda Cero, as cited by The Mirror, Ceballos suggested that he sees his future being in La Liga:

“[I have] grown above all physically but also with the tactical side of things.

“I’m learning a lot in the Premier but I think La Liga is better for my game.”

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  1. Grandad says:

    I agree with Ceballos.Like Xhaka, he simply does not have the pace to make a real impression in the EPL and defensively they are both lacking.

  2. Shortboygooner says:

    I think xaka is alot better than cebellos. Cebellos was crap last season and this season.
    .I dont understand how we haven’t given Joe willock a chance in the CM. Instead we sent him to Newcastle. The one thing I have seen is that all the acccademy graduates when given the chance have made the spits their own.

    I honestly think willock should partner with partey next season. Cebellos good riddance imo

    1. Stewart Macintosh says:

      agreed, too inconsistent with solid play. As an extra option maybe but not core.

      I also agree with you on Granit – he is a lot more important to the team than a lot of people are willing to admit.

      I am not saying he is the answer and why Willock doesn’t get a decent shot is beyond me as well. I am probably in the minority (maybe an island of one) but I would hold onto Granit if I had the say.

  3. foreverinourshadows says:

    When he first came he was great, I just wonder with Arteta’s negative and unknown tactics didn’t suit him, it doesn’t suit Arsenal whatsoever, two shots on target against Everton was a disgrace, he has killed the Arsenal style of football to a slow, frustrating style of football, I will be glad once he goes

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