Published: Thu, July 18, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Credible Arsenal journalist confirms Real Madrid talks progressing well

Credible Arsenal journalist confirms Real Madrid talks progressing well

Ceballos is not counted on by Zidane even though at the club they like him - he might head to Arsenal or Tottenham.

Arsenal are poised to sign Dani Ceballos from Real Madrid in a loan deal.

There was talk last week that the Real Madrid man was a target of Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino, with the club wanting a permanent deal for the 22-year-old.

The Daily Mail reports that Rob Holding has given Unai Emery a huge injury boost ahead of the upcoming season as it claims that the Englishman could make his return in Arsenal's friendly game against Barcelona on 4th of August.

After failing to finish in the top four and losing in the Europa League final, Arsenal were left with around £40m to spend this summer.

Ceballos would be an excellent addition at the Emirates Stadium, and could take Arsenal one step closer to bringing Champions League football back to their fanbase.

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Emery has been vocal on Arsenal's plans, with the Spaniard hoping to land a few more players.

"We are being very demanding and we are also first speaking about the possibility to sign very big players, very expensive".

Celtic have rejected two bids - the latest of which was worth £25 million ($31m) - for Scotland worldwide left-back Kieran Tierney while Arsenal are struggling to raise the funds required to sign Wilfried Zaha from Crystal Palace.

The talismanic midfielder is now in Australia with his teammates for the club's pre season tour.

However, Marca report that Perez has resigned himself to the fact that Pogba will remain with the Red Devils in 2019/20 campaign - regardless of the player's wishes.

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