Dani Ceballos 'Agrees' To Sign For Real Madrid On Two Conditions
Dani Ceballos is a man in demand.
The 20-year old was sensational in Spain Under 21's run to the European Championships final and won the Player of the Tournament thanks to a series of fine displays.
With Ceballos' minimum fee release clause being as low as €15 million, both Barcelona and Real Madrid have been courting the Real Betis starlet.
Imagine the phone of Dani Ceballos' agent is ringing and ringing and ringing and ringing and ringing- James Horncastle (@JamesHorncastle) June 27, 2017
And the talk is that the midfielder will most likely be heading to the Bernabeu.
MARCA reports that Ceballos, who has asked for some time to decide his future, has two things that he wants Real to adhere to for him join.
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Real Madrid are working on a deal to bring Dani Ceballos to the Bernabéu and will meet with Real Betis representatives next week. [AS] pic.twitter.com/x2hzluDt90- Scouted Football (@ScoutedFtbl) July 2, 2017
I wonder where Dani Ceballos fits in to an already crowded Real Madrid midfield, but he ticks two boxes: extremely talented, hates Barca.- Phil Schoen (@PhilSchoen) June 28, 2017
FIrst off, he wants assurance that he will not be loaned out for next season, and will instead be part of the squad that looks to retain La Liga and the Champions League.
Secondly, with the wonderkid naturally concerned about the amount of game-time he would receive in the Spanish capital, he has reportedly told the club that they need to sell James Rodriguez and Alvaro Morata this summer in order for him to sign on the dotted line.
The duo have been heavily linked with moves away, but remain Real players at the time of writing.
Despite his tender years, Ceballos has already been a first team regular for Betis for the last two seasons, making over 60 appearances for Los Verdiblancos in the process.
Can he make the step up at Real?
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