Real Madrid midfielder and Tottenham target, Dani Ceballos has admitted in an interview to El Guardero as reported by CalcioMercato that he could potentially consider a move away from the Spanish giants (Mirror).
The 22-year-old spoke amid the rumours linking him with a move away where he admitted he would like more game time next season.
“I have not played the World Cup and I want to show what I am worth in this European Championship. Next year will be my year. I want to play and do it in Real is hard, there are the best and I cannot be an immovable holder,” Ceballos said in the interview.
“Maybe in the future, I will be at their level, but now the goal is to play 40 games and be important in the team in which they are. It is clear that I trust the club 100%, and I trust myself, otherwise, I would have left.
The Spaniard has only been with Madrid for two years after an €18m switch from Real Betis in 2017. (Marca)
He added: “My dream is to triumph in Real Madrid, my idea is to win there and I have it very clear. I’ll talk to the club after the European Championship, there must be harmony between the club, the coach and the player. The best for Real is that the player feels important.”
Ceballos has previously been linked with a move to Spurs as a possible makeweight in a deal to take Christian Eriksen to the Bernabeu along with a £45million transfer fee (The Sun).
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It could prove a good move for Spurs, however, there is no doubt that it would come at a price with the youngster still having four years on his contract with the Spanish giants. Therefore, it would beg the question of Ceballos possibly being involved in a switch deal for Christian Eriksen should the Dane leave for Spain.
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