Arsenal anticipates another high-profile departure of a key midfielder during what promises to be a busy summer for Mikel Arteta's side, which will also be looking to strengthen their squad.
Danny Ceballos, on loan from Real Madrid, has ruled out staying at Arsenal beyond this season, and it is now clear that he will return to his native Spain at the season's end.
"To be entirely candid, I prefer La Liga to the Premier League. Although the Premier League is more comprehensive, La Liga far outclasses it in terms of my preferred style of play. Real Madrid, as well as myself, will be unable to secure a second loan."
Since establishing himself as a vital cog the previous season, the Spaniard has made only fifteen Premier League starts for Arsenal this season due to stiff competition for first-team spots.
The addition of Thomas Partey from Atletico Madrid, coupled with Ceballos' inconsistency this season, has been the primary explanation for the midfielder's inability to secure a starting spot for Arsenal on a regular basis.
Danny has acknowledged that he is at a crossroads in his career and could seek a move away from the Santiago Bernabeu, expressing gratitude to his former club Real Betis, and hinting at a possible return
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