The midfielder is likely to return to Madrid. But it is unclear if new head coach Zinedine Zidane sees him as part of his plans for next season. Ceballos announced his departure from the Emirates on Instagram. Thanking the club for making him feel like a member of the Gunners family.
The Spaniard also acknowledged that it had been a “complicated year,”. But he claimed he tried tirelessly to give his all for the team in their pursuit of success on the field.
Unfortunately for Arsenal supporters, the club failed to qualify for Europe for the first time in 25 years. Finishing eighth in the Premier League and losing in the Europa League semi-finals.
Ceballos may have mixed feelings about his time in north London. He only scored two goals and provided five assists in all competitions over the last two seasons.