Dani Ceballos feels he was right to swap Real Madrid for Arsenal


"I could play in Euros and the Olympics", he said.

"I don't feel sorry for not being there [Madrid]", the midfielder told a news conference.

"I am very happy in Arsenal, I played 10 games where I showed my best level".

"My aim is to play at the Euro's, but closer than that are the next two games".

Gareth Bale, James Rodriquez and Federico Valverde have all been given second chances in the Real Madrid side this season but Ceballos is happy he made the decision to move on. I have been successful leaving Madrid.

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"I love playing with Busquets", he added. My goal is to work.

Both players have subsequently featured regularly for a Madrid side sitting top of LaLiga after eight matches, two points clear of Clasico rivals Barcelona.

"I am very happy with the trust that has been placed in me", Ceballos said of his global call-up.

"I'm quite adapted. It's costing me more the physical level but in terms of communication I'm fine. I'm taking English classes three or four times a week. I'm slowly adapting to English football and life there", he boasted proudly.

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 global 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. "Despite having a lot of experience he continues to demonstrate the ambition of a young man, that ambition makes him different from the others". "For the youngsters he has to be a reference because he has been seen to be very important".