Arsenal confidently underway with Ceballos loan deal extension

Arsenal confidently underway with Ceballos loan deal extension scaled
Arsenal confidently underway with Ceballos loan deal extension scaled

Arsenal reportedly in plans of extending Dani Ceballos loan deal should the season run past June 30th.

Dani Ceballos left Real Madrid for Arsenal on a loan move back in 2019 after spending just 1 year at Santiago Bernabeu where he joined from Betis back in 2017.

The Spanish move was necessitated by Aaron Ramsey departing for Juventus thereby leaving the number 8 jersey vacant thereby having him handed the number when he arrived in England.

Arsenal’s proceeding with Ceballos is anticipated to expire by the end of the 2019/2020 campaign and there are greater chances the North London side would prefer to hand him more contracts than letting him leave.

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But due to COVID-19 global pandemic, just like other players, Arsenal should be wondering of contracts uncertainty should the season run past the normal date the 2019/2020 Premier League season was meant to end.

Following reports by Standard Sports correspondent, James Olley; Arsenal appears to be relaxed on Dani Ceballos remaining with them even if the season runs past the agreed date on his contract paper.

The Elites at Emirates Stadium strongly believe Real Madrid is not bothered about bringing him back to Spain despite that no formal talks have been held by both parties.

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Arsenal believes Los Blancos won’t oppose an extension neither will Ceballos who was earlier on in January rumored to have wanted out due to lack of playtime under Unai Emery.

The emergence of a new manager, Mikel Arteta brought Ceballos to the front page of the squad and positively he wouldn’t be bequeathing England for Spain where he would be in a team he isn’t guaranteed of game time as he is in North London.

Gunners initially during negotiations to land the 23-year-old, wanted a buy-option to be included in the deal, but at the demand of Ceballos, it was left out.

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But probably this time around, he would be staying for good as he is recently coming off the bench line after he was sidelined by a hamstring problem before the global break.

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