Dani Ceballos will look to secure a permanent move to Arsenal when the transfer window re-opens in January, after being told he doesn't have a future at Real Madrid by the club's president,
El Desmarque claims that Ceballos held talks with Real Madrid's president during the international break, where he was told that he still didn't have a future at the club - especially under manager Zinedine Zidane.
Even without an agreement between both clubs as part of the loan deal, it's suggested that Ceballos could be allowed to leave Real Madrid for as little as £34m, which is less than what Arsenal had to pay Valencia to sign Shkodran Mustafi.
It's expected that Ceballos will attract interest from elsewhere, especially after seeing how quickly he's adapted to the Premier League, but it's claimed the Spain international would prefer to stay at Arsenal as he's enjoying life under Unai Emery.
Ceballos picked up two assists and provided a man of the match performance on his full Arsenal debut earlier this season, while he's also gone on to score his first goal for the club in their 4-0 win over