Arsenal’s Dani Ceballos dreams of Real Madrid return

Arsenal's Dani Ceballos dreams of Real Madrid return

Arsenal midfielder Dani Ceballos has a dream of returning to Real Madrid and sealing a starting eleven spot under manager Zidane. His future is untouched and he could stay on the white team or have to search for a destination.

The Spanish midfielder joined Arsenal on loan from Santiago Bernabeu in last summer and had an impressive start with the north London side before being ruled out with a hamstring injury in November. He was about to force his way into Mikel Arteta’s ‘starting eleven’ when the Premier league was halted by Coronavirus outbreak.

Dani Ceballos found it difficult to break into starting eleven under Zinedine Zidane, given the wealth of midfield options he had at Madrid. It was decided that it would be good for the player and the club, if he could get match-time elsewhere. There had been speculation about a permanent transfer to Emirates, while other reports linked him with a return to former club Real Betis.

The Andalusian footballer has not spoken with Zidane since he left Madrid, but Dani Ceballos has one dream and is willing wait as long as it takes to fulfill it. That is none other than to return and being successful at the Santiago Bernabéu.

Dani Ceballos Career

TeamSeasonLeague GameLeague GoalTotal GameTotal Goal
Real Betis2013-179871057
Real Madrid2017-19355565

I am a Madrid player and any player in the world would like to play for Real Madrid. I have a contract with them for three more years and they are the ideal team to succeed

Dani Ceballos said in an interview on TVE

Ceballos assured that the best of his football “is yet to come”, in addition to feeling more mature and ready on the field again: ” Feeling leader is what I really like.”

The Arsenal footballer explained that the Premier League will not return until June 20, delaying one more week with respect to La Liga. The utrerano has nothing clear about his future, since the loan ends at the end of the season and he does not know if he will have a place in Madrid or if he will have to pack again to leave. His objective is clear: to succeed in Madrid as soon as possible.