Arsenal eager to sign Dani Ceballos and Mat Ryan permanently in the summer

Dani Ceballos and Mat Ryan
Arsenal are keen to sign Dani Ceballos and Mat Ryan Permanently in the summer. (Photo by Getty Images)

Arsenal reportedly aim to sign Dani Ceballos and Mat Ryan on a permanent basis during the summer transfer window.

 

According to the SUN the club are ready to sign Ceballos and Leno on a permanent basis before the 2021/22 season begins.

 

The report adds that both players are likely to leave Real Madrid and Brighton this summer.

 

Ceballos joined the Gunners from Real Madrid in July 2019. He finished the season as one of their best players and helped them win the FA Cup for the fourteenth time.

 

Arsenal to suffer Ceballos blow as Real Madrid plans to keep him
Dani Ceballos is on his second loan spell at the Emirates . (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

 

In September 2020 it was announced that Ceballos will be on loan for a second season with Arsenal. The midfielder has played 25 games so far this season. He has played a total of 62 games in the Premier League after a year and a half.

 

Arsenal signed Runar Alex Runarsson from French club Dijon last summer. He came into play as the club’s new substitute goalkeeper after Emiliano Martinez joined Aston Villa for around £ 20million.

 

Most of Runarsson’s appearances this season have been in the Europa League. But the newcomer failed to impress during his debut season in England.

 

This led to the Gunners bringing in Mat Ryan on loan as a backup for current number one Bernd Leno in January.

 

Mat Ryan
Mat Ryan made his debut for the Gunners in their 1-0 defeat to Aston Villa. (Photo by Getty Images)

 

The 28-year-old had spent the past three and a half years with Brighton in the Premier League. He had regularly impressed the Seagulls with his 121 top appearances.

 

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Robert Sanchez ousted him as Brighton’s number one that season, which ensured Ryan was free in January.

 

The Australian made his Arsenal debut against Aston Villa on February 6, with Leno unavailable due to suspension.

 

 

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