Unai Emery performed a decisive position in convincing the artistic midfielder to affix Arsenal on mortgage forward of north London rivals Tottenham and the Spain worldwide has rapidly established himself as followers' favorite on the Emirates Stadium. "In the previous two years, I hadn't done that". "Yes, they've had many injuries but I don't feel sorry for not being there", he told a news conference while on worldwide duty.More news: Hong Kong leader says economy taking a hit from protests
"I'm at Arsenal right now and I feel very good", Ceballos told reporters on Tuesday in Madrid, where the Spanish team are training.
"It's great that a coach like him speaks highly about me, but you have to keep a low profile", Valverde said.
'Our objective is to achieve the European Championship in the absolute best circumstances.More news: USA pilots sue Boeing for ‘rushing’ unsafe 737 Max into market
Real Madrid midfielder Isco was one of the Whites' most instrumental players when they won three UEFA Champions League titles in a row, but since Santiago Solari started to bench the Spain worldwide consistently earlier during the year, things started to go downward and not even Zinedine Zidane has been able to get the best out of the attacking midfielder. Proper now I'm the place I wish to be and I'm very joyful. "We are working on his transfer to a new team". Right now I am where I want to be and I am very happy.
Last summer Ceballos was an integral player in Spain's U-21 European Championship-winning side.More news: Bank robbery suspicious arrested day before wedding after fiancee calls police
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