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Spanish midfielder Dani Ceballos has joined Arsenal on a season-long loan from Real Madrid.

The 22-year-old made 13 La Liga starts for Real Madrid last season.

“We’re excited to see Dani join us. He is a talented player with big technical ability, creativity and precision,” Said Head coach Unai Emery as quoted by Arsenal’s official Website.

Asked Why he signed for Arsenal, Dani had this to say: “I knew I had the confidence of the coach, which was very important for me from the start. I was aware of the responsibility that wearing this shirt entails and it was a tremendously proud moment when I decided to join Arsenal.”

Dani joined Sevilla’s youth system in 2004 at the age of eight, and went on to play for his hometown club, CD Utrera, and completed his development in Real Betis, where he signed his first professional contract in February 2014, while still a junior.

In July 2017, Dani signed for Real Madrid on a six-year deal, making his competitive debut a month later.

Danny Ceballos is Arsrnal’s Second Signing//Photo Courtesy

The central midfielder is also a Spanish international and won his first cap in September 2018, scoring his first goal for his country two months later.

The highly-rated creator also took part in this summer’s European Under-21 Championship, scoring two goals as Spain lifted the trophy.

Dani will be wearing the No 8 shirt and will be available to make his debut at the Emirates Cup this Sunday.

The deal is however still subject to the completion of regulatory processes.

Source: ARSENAL.COM

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Arsenal Unveil Dani Ceballos//Photo Courtesy

Spanish midfielder Dani Ceballos has joined Arsenal on a season-long loan from Real Madrid.

The 22-year-old made 13 La Liga starts for Real Madrid last season.

“We’re excited to see Dani join us. He is a talented player with big technical ability, creativity and precision,” Said Head coach Unai Emery as quoted by Arsenal’s official Website.

Asked Why he signed for Arsenal, Dani had this to say: “I knew I had the confidence of the coach, which was very important for me from the start. I was aware of the responsibility that wearing this shirt entails and it was a tremendously proud moment when I decided to join Arsenal.”

Dani joined Sevilla’s youth system in 2004 at the age of eight, and went on to play for his hometown club, CD Utrera, and completed his development in Real Betis, where he signed his first professional contract in February 2014, while still a junior.

In July 2017, Dani signed for Real Madrid on a six-year deal, making his competitive debut a month later.

Danny Ceballos is Arsrnal’s Second Signing//Photo Courtesy

The central midfielder is also a Spanish international and won his first cap in September 2018, scoring his first goal for his country two months later.

The highly-rated creator also took part in this summer’s European Under-21 Championship, scoring two goals as Spain lifted the trophy.

Dani will be wearing the No 8 shirt and will be available to make his debut at the Emirates Cup this Sunday.

The deal is however still subject to the completion of regulatory processes.

Source: ARSENAL.COM

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