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Why I Decided To Return To Arsenal For Another Season - Ceballos

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Dani Ceballos might be planning on making a permanent stay at the Emirates in future. The Spanish midfielder has settled well in London and seems happy with the current situation of things during his loan spell at Arsenal. 
Recall that Real Madrid sent Ceballos out loan in 2019 after he couldn't get a starting shirt under Zinedine Zidane's squad.

Due to the high competition in the creative field of Real Madrid, the 24 years old moved to Arsenal on a season loan. 

After a successful loan spell, Mikel Arteta approached the Los Blancos for the services of Ceballos for another season. 

The creative midfielder has opened up on the reason behind his decision to return to the Premier League side. 

Ceballos told Arsenal’s official website: “There's nothing more important than a coach having faith in you and asking you to come back. That's why I made the decision to come back to this club. The pressure he put on the club to bring me back here was key.

“The main reason I decided to come back was because I had real faith in the project led by Mikel. We did quite well at the end of last season, and I think the confidence that the coach and my team-mates showed in me was what made me come back to this great club."

He revealed that he accepted the offer for another loan deal because he saw the move as a way of improving his game. 

Ceballos who signed for Real Madrid from Real Betis added that the tactics of Mikel Arteta suits his pattern of play. 

Ceballos said: “I told Madrid that I wanted to come back to Arsenal because during the first year I'd learned a lot about a new league. I'd improved a lot both physically and tactically, and after Mikel came in, the standard of my football improved. I think the best decision for me this year was to remain in the Premier League with Arsenal and keep working with a coach like Mikel Arteta.

“Since joining Arsenal I've become a much more mature player and I make better decisions. People knew my attacking game but nobody knew that winning duels and winning the ball back could be part of my game too. I think I've improved that side of my game a lot – the same goes for my positioning on the pitch."

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