Arsenal and Tottenham to do battle for La Liga midfielder on loan


Spurs are in talks with the Bernabeu outfit about a potential season-long move for the 22-year-old. However, Sky Sports News reports that the Gunners are also interested in a temporary deal for the Spain international. Ceballos is understood to prefer a loan move over a permanent transfer as he is convinced that he will be able to break into Real Madrid’s first team in the future. However, he is currently not in Zinedine Zidane’s plans and is eager to earn regular minutes next season leading up to Euro 2020. The report adds that the Gunners are close to completing a deal for Saint-Etienne’s teenage centre-back William Saliba. The 18-year-old will spend 2019/20 at the French club on loan before joining up with Arsenal’s first-team squad next summer. Now read… RANKED! The 10 best centre-backs in the world FEATURE 12 youngsters who decided to leave big clubs early – and were much better off Topics Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Real Madrid, Transfer news, Premier League, La Liga Tottenham ‘favourites’ for Dani Ceballos – but face serious Premier League competition Tottenham given boost in pursuit of Real Madrid striker How Mauricio Pochettino has helped Tottenham secure their next signing Competing with Harry Kane puts key Tottenham target off a move to London Aribo keen to emulate Toure and Vieira after comparisons to midfield duo VAR used to check 10 incidents per game at Women’s World Cup, FIFA reveals Bolton administrators taking legal action against would-be owner Bassini Benfica defender scouted by Manchester United as negotiations begin Dick Law explains why Arsenal decided against signing a young Eden Hazard Ranked! The 10 best centre-backs in the world Forbes have revealed the world’s most valuable football clubs – and Premier League dominates Juan Mata rejected insane offer to stay at Manchester United – report Highest-paid footballers revealed by Forbes as Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar feature Wolves’ ambitious owners understand they can’t match the Big Six – and that’s why they might actually break it

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