Arsenal re-sign Dani Ceballos on loan from Real Madrid

Arsenal re-sign Dani Ceballos on loan from Real Madrid”

Arsenal have officially announced the return of Spanish global and Real Madrid midfielder, Dani Ceballos, on another loan spell.

Arteta is delighted to have the 24-year-old back on board describing him as "integral" to the Gunners late season run of form which saw them lift the FA Cup.

The Spanish global returned to Madrid this summer but with a regular start spot in Zinedine Zidane's side looking unlikely, Ceballos decided another loan move away from the Bernabeu was the best decision.

He went on to praise Arteta even further.

Dani Ceballos made a decision to return to Arsenal for a second loan spell despite Real Madrid and other LaLiga clubs tabling offers for the Spaniard.

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Arsenal have reportedly discussed the option of signing Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey in exchange for Gunners duo Matteo Guendouzi and Alexandre Lacazette.

"I'm very happy to have come back to a club where I feel important". And the Spaniard admitted there was "never any doubt" in his mind about wanting to return to the Emirates. Ceballos will have to complete a mandatory 14 day quarantine period before coming to public after he enters England.

Journalist Fabrizio Romano is now one of the most trusted transfer experts in Europe and according to him, the Premier League side have offered not one but two players as part of a swap deal for Thomas Partey.

He becomes Arsenal's fifth signing of the summer, following the £27m arrival of Gabriel from Lille, permanent deals for Cedric Soares and Pablo Mari, who had been on loan, and Willian on a free transfer from Chelsea.

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