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Ceballos praises Arteta ahead of Arsenal return 0

Posted on September 08, 2020 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal fans were thrilled to learn that Dani Ceballos would be returning to the club for a second loan spell at the Emirates, mainly due to his form towards the end of last season. He enjoyed a positive start to life in North London before dropping off a bit, but he managed to revive his tenure – coinciding with the arrival of new manager Mikel Arteta.

During a recent interview, Ceballos has been open about how Arteta helped him in rediscovering his mojo.

Ceballos is “proud” that fans wanted him back 0

Posted on September 05, 2020 by Harry Kettle

The confirmation has come through that Dani Ceballos will be returning to Arsenal for another loan spell, continuing a strong transfer window for the Gunners. After the news was announced, Arsenal.com spoke with the man himself to get his thoughts on his comeback.

“I think everyone will have seen last season that from the moment I joined, I bought into the club completely and always gave 100 per cent both on and off the pitch,” he told Arsenal Digital.

Arsenal and Real agree on another Ceballos loan 0

Posted on September 03, 2020 by Veselin Trajkovic

Dani Ceballos will be an Arsenal player in 2020/21 after all, according to Goal.com Arsenal correspondent Charles Watts.

The Spanish midfielder spent last season at the Emirates on loan from Real Madrid, and though his ability to fit in seemed different at different stages of the campaign, he made a big contribution towards the end and head coach Mikel Arteta was particularly keen on having the player at his disposal past this summer.

Ceballos had returned to Madrid after the Gunners triumphed in the FA Cup final and Real were said to be keen on a sale. He still had no place in the plans of Zinedine Zidane and they apparently needed the money.

Arteta’s pre-Liverpool press conference – Willian, Aubameyang, Gabriel, and more 0

Posted on August 27, 2020 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal, as the FA Cup winners, are set to face Premier League champions Liverpool in the Community Shield on Saturday, and head coach Mikel Arteta spoke to the press ahead of the match, providing some updates on the likes of Willian, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and others.

First of all, the boss was asked about Willian adapting to new surroundings. The Brazilian winger will certainly need some time to absorb all the new stuff around him, but he undoubtedly possesses the right qualities to make it as an Arsenal player and help the team going forward. The coach is obviously impressed with the attitude of the 32-year-old, who, having won a lot in his career, is still hungry for more.

Ceballos wants permanent Arsenal switch 0

Posted on July 21, 2020 by Veselin Trajkovic

Dani Ceballos is keen on turning his season-long spell at Arsenal on loan from Real Madrid, which is set to expire at the end of the month, into a permanent transfer, according to Alex Richards of the Mirror.

David Luiz, Pablo Mari, Cedric and Ceballos agree new deals 0

Posted on June 24, 2020 by Veselin Trajkovic

David Luiz, Pablo Mari, Cedric Soares and Dani Ceballos have all agreed deals to remain at Arsenal, the club have officially confirmed.

There has been much debate over the future of David Luiz in recent months. Long after it was reported that his commitment to Arsenal on arrival from Chelsea last summer was set to keep him at Emirates for two years, it transpired that the deal was actually for one year with the club having the option to extend it for one more. The option expired, but head coach Mikel Arteta was apparently keen to keep hold of the experienced Brazilian past this summer.

Could Arsenal take Ceballos on loan again? 0

Posted on June 16, 2020 by Veselin Trajkovic

Dani Ceballos has reportedly dropped a big hint that he could leave Real Madrid this summer permanently.

The midfielder joined the Gunners from Real on a season-long loan last year, and Arsenal reportedly have an option to turn the deal into a permanent one for around €40 million, which many believe they don’t have the finances to do at the moment. The Covid-19 pandemic has certainly caused a lot of clubs to change their plans regarding transfers, and it’s expected will be seeing a lot more loans and swap deals than outright contract purchases.

Arsenal confident of Ceballos loan extension amid season uncertainty 0

Posted on March 25, 2020 by Veselin Trajkovic

According to the Evening Standard, Arsenal are confident that they will be able to extend the loan deal for Dani Ceballos past the date agreed for its expiration – June 30th.

The game has been completely suspended across Europe and at the moment, it’s hard to foresee when or how the 2019/20 season will end. In England, the suspension is currently set to last until the end of April at the earliest, and the Premier League clubs are scheduled to hold a meeting early next month to discuss the possibility of a ‘best-case scenario’ – the season being continued sometime in the middle of May. If that proves doable, the goal will be to finish the campaign before the end of June, but there is still a strong possibility of league games being played well into the summer.

Ceballos on his time with Arsenal 0

Posted on February 12, 2020 by Veselin Trajkovic

Dani Ceballos, who joined Arsenal from Real Madrid on a season-long loan last summer, gave an interview to Spanish newspaper Marca recently and spoke mostly about his time with Arsenal.

It hasn’t been going very well for the midfielder in North London. He started seven of the opening 11 Premier League games and was introduced from the bench in the other four, before suffering a torn muscle bundle which kept him out of action for the following nine. He returned to the bench for the win over Manchester United on New Year’s Day, and he hasn’t played since.

Ceballos must fight for a place in the team – Arteta 0

Posted on January 24, 2020 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has challenged Dani Ceballos to regain full fitness and work hard to win a place in his team.

Ceballos joined the Gunners on a season-long loan from Real Madrid last summer, and so far he has racked up 17 games in the club shirt in all competitions, scoring once and assisting twice. He missed almost two months of action through a torn muscle bundle, and upon his return from injury, speculative reports appeared about him potentially wanting to cut the loan short in January. Apparently, he is very keen on securing enough game-time for Spain boss Luis Enrique to take him into account when contemplating the list of players he might want to take to the European Championship this year.



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