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It was a case of when he would leave, and not if, for Dani Ceballos this summer. He’d been so clearly frozen out at Real Madrid, never close to entering Zinedine Zidane’s thoughts, that the Spanish midfielder simply had to move on. After strong links with AC Milan and Tottenham Hotspur, it was Arsenal who persuaded Ceballos to join them instead.
Unai Emery’s reported assurances that Ceballos will play “40 games or more” next season were vital in the 21-year-old ending up at the Emirates. Restricted to just 13 La Liga starts last season, there’s a desire on the part of the player to get regular first-team football with a view to making the Spain squad for Euro 2020 next summer.
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He has already shone this summer while captaining the Spain Under-21 side, guiding them to a European Championship triumph. Arsenal will hope Ceballos can have a similar impact on their own fortunes this upcoming season.
Where he comes from
Utrera, Spain: the same place another former Arsenal star, the late Jose Antonio Reyes, was born. Ceballos is a passionate, fiery character who is always looking to have an impact on every game he plays.
After he started out at Sevilla before being released due to a health issue, it wasn’t until he moved on to their great rivals, Real Betis, that Ceballos’ career took off. His rapid rise through the youth ranks saw him skip the B team and move straight into the first-team setup, though his debut was hardly one to remember, as it cam
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