Real Madrid loanee, Dani Ceballos could make an exit from Arsenal before his loan contract expires.
The Spaniard was loaned by his employers, Real Madrid to play at the North London side for a season in 2019. He renewed the contract consequent to the Gunners triumphant FA Cup finals last Premier League campaign.
Since the renewal of his contract, Ceballos could only manage to play eight times in sixteen Premier League appearances under Mikel Arteta in the 2020/21 campaign, unlike his twenty-four(24) match appearance he made last season, leaving him out of the Arsenal manager’s plans.
Though, the former Real Betis player complained about how he was treated in Arsenal, as it was reported that two Arsenal’s best wins this season, against Manchester United and Chelsea, came when Ceballos was sidelined.
Also remember that former Arsenal player, Kevin Campbell aired his opinion that Arteta should not make an attempt to sign the midfielder once his second loan spell is over.
Campbell has not impressed Ceballos’s contributions to the club, concluding that he has not improved since last season.
However, Campbell has not been impressed with the Spaniard’s contributions and believes he has not kicked on from last season.
Despite the fact that his parent club claimed he could be recalled, Arteta encouraged him to stay as he’s ready to work with him.
It clearly indicates that Ceballos is no longer an Integral player of the squad, leaving him no option than to leave in January.
However, his future may not be directly in Zinande Zidane’s squad, but he will be linked to other clubs, as his contract with Madrid would not lapse until 2023.
Italian giants, Juventus, AC Milan and Inter Milan all lining up for the 24 year old midfielder signature, of those suitors, Inter Milan seem to be close to signing him. Inter might swap Ceballos for Christian Eriksen.