Dani Ceballos rules out a third loan spell away from Real Madrid

Dani Ceballos rules out a third loan spell away from Real Madrid as midfielder wants to ‘settle’ there or find another club permanently after spending the last two years at Arsenal

  • Dani Ceballos has two years remaining on his current Real Madrid contract
  • The 24-year-old midfielder has spent the last two seasons on loan at Arsenal
  • The Spain international has no desire to join another club on loan for next season

Dani Ceballos has stated his desire to either remain at Real Madrid next season or leave the club permanently after two seasons on loan at Arsenal.

The midfield playmaker joined Real from Real Betis on a six-year contract in July 2017. He spent his first two campaigns with the Spanish giants before the subsequent two were on loan at the Gunners.

However, following the end of that loan spell the 24-year-old has no interest in a third temporary move away from the Spanish capital.

Dani Ceballos has no interest on going out on loan again after his two-year spell at Arsenal

He has two years left on his Real Madrid contract and either wants to stay or leave permanently

Ceballos’ last of his 53 appearances for Real came in April 2019 and while he is keen to add to that tally he is not afraid of seeking pastures new, if it is on a permanent basis.

Speaking about his future, the Spain international told Canal Sur Radio: ‘The Premier League is a very attractive league, I was lucky to be able to play in it last season and win the FA Cup, and this second season has helped me to consolidate myself.

‘I am very happy because I have learned a lot, I have become a better player, more complete, and I think that, although my chapter has not closed as we would have liked, with another title, I am very happy with the experience.

‘It is true that I have a contract with Real Madrid for the next two years and I would not like to go on loan to another club again.

Ceballos’ last of his 53 appearances for Real came in April 2019 but he is keen to add to that

‘With the experience of the last two years, I am a player who needs to feel important, I would like to start next year from the beginning and feeling important, but settling down. So, it’s important going forward to know what you want to do.

‘I think that a player achieves his maximum level when he is completely happy and for that he has to be 100 per cent focused on his club.

‘I am 24-years-old, I am a very young player, with a lot of time still ahead of me, and the truth is that my expectations are clear: to settle in a club, feel important and enjoy football.’

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