Dani Ceballos wants to break his assignment in Arsenal, although it is very complicated that this situation can come to fruition. The English team has informed Real Madrid and also the soccer player that it is not for the work of letting him out in this winter market. The Andalusian does not count for Arteta (he has not given him any minute since he arrived), although the club leaders consider the season to be very long and can be an important footballer in some section of it. The situation is very complex because the decision to leave for the London team was exclusively from Ceballos. It was a request from Unai Emery, who was dismissed, and Madrid was limited to respecting the decision of a football player who did not count for Zidane. The utrerano negotiated with Arsenal his new conditions and closed his relationship until next June 30. So, from the white club they consider it a situation that must be resolved in one way or another between Dani and Arsenal. It is a different situation from that of Jesús Vallejo, who has broken his assignment with Wolverhampton. In his case, it was from the hand of Madrid, which recommended him to go there because it was a request from Nuno. There is still a market week, although Arsenal does not seem to work to change its decision. Madrid, given the situation, does not intend to pressure a club with which it maintains an excellent relationship. They are worried about the situation of Ceballos, although it was his decision to go to London and it is he who must try to win a position there. Valencia, pendingCeballos, meanwhile, is very concerned about the European Championship. He always said he was looking for minutes because he wants to play that championship and with the change of coach (Arteta instead of Emery) everything has taken a radical turn. He has gone from being an important player to not playing a single minute. A circumstance that, if maintained until the end of the course, would leave him without going to the Eurocup … Given this perspective, Valencia has been interested in the possible transfer of the Utrera footballer. Albert Celades Perfectly knows the virtues of Ceballos and Mestalla would be a destination of the player’s liking.
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