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Real Madrid Transfer News: Dani Ceballos Talks Future, Jese Rodriguez Rumours

Published by Bleacher Report on Mon, 09 Nov 2015

Real Madrid may be tempted to revive their interest in Real Betis midfielder Dani Ceballos after he admitted he doesn't know how long he'll stay with the club, while Arsenal continue their pursuit of Jese Rodriguez.Speaking to Spanish dailyEstadio Deportivo after signing an extension until 2020, Betis starlet Ceballos insisted he's committed in his current setting, but went on to hint he could move as early as next year (h/t James Cambridge of theDaily Express):Being wanted or tracked by these kinds of teams is a sign that I am doing something good, but I want to make it clear that I have not been in contact with any of the teams that I was linked with. I just think about Betis. It is what I want.I have signed a four-year contract and I have great enthusiasm for being here. Whether it is for a season, two seasons or four, I want to give my best. I am focussed on this season, to help the team reach our target, which is to avoid relegation, and then we will think of bigger things. My goal today is to meet that target, finish this season and start the next. I don't look beyond that.Cambridge's report mentions Premier League giants Arsenal and Liverpool as two sides linked with Ceballos in the past, but Spanish powerhouse Real Madrid might be considered favourites should they pursue a deal in 2016.Los Blancos already have a host of prodigious talents among their ranks such as Marco Asensio and Jesus Vallejo, but David Cartlidge of beIN Sports highlighted Ceballos as another star in the making:Ceballos is still attempting to win back the support of Betis' fans after running into the final year of his previous deal before signing an extension in October.The youngster has made four La Liga starts this season in a bid to restore his status with Los Verdiblancos, and Spanish football writer Jamie Kemp believes he has the talent to redeem himself in time:The 19-year-old has made five appearances for Spain's under-21 team and would undoubtedly find competition fierce at the Bernabeu,jostling with the likes of Toni Kroos, Luka Modric, Isco, Casemiro and Mateo Kovacic.His buyout clause currently stands at 8.8 million, and although that figure could rise to 11 million next year, Ceballos may be content progressing with Betis following a difficult patch in his career.Meanwhile, rumours continue to swirl around the future of Jese after Spanish newspaperASreported the winger is unhappy with the lack of first-team football at Real Madrid (h/tMirror's Liam Corless).Arsenal are alleged to be closest in his pursuit, although Liverpool and Napoli could offer some stiff competition should the 22-year-old indeed give up on his career in Spain's capital.Jese has scored two goals in seven La Liga appearances this season, four of which have come as part of manager Rafa Benitez's starting XI, along with two starts in the Champions League campaign.With Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez both back fully fit, it's likely the former Spain under-21 will struggle once more to crack Benitez's side, something Kemp described as "disappointing:"Jese first moved to Real's Castilla academy in 2007 and is one of the few players currently among their ranks to have emerged from the club's youth setup.In the eventuality Jese did move on from the Bernabeu, he'd be far from the first to leave Real in an attempt to find prominence elsewhere, and the quality at Benitez's disposal makes his chances seem slim.
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