Dani Ceballos has already agreed to leave Real Madrid in January, according to the latest reports.
After two years of frustration at Real Madrid, Ceballos was sent on loan twice to Arsenal in back to back seasons, although he endured a mixed bag of a spell at the Emirates.
The midfielder returned to the Santiago Bernabeu this summer following two years on loan with Arsenal.
A deal has already been agreed to take Ceballos back to Real Betis, initially on a loan deal but with an obligatory option to buy of between €20million and €25million included.
Ceballos has made 56 appearances for Real Madrid, chipping in with five goals and two assists along the way. And now, the 25-year-old has popped up on the radar of former club Real Betis.
Betis are at the limit of their La Liga salary cap and would not been able to register Ceballos as a player.
Betis were understood to have pushed for a Ceballos loan until the very last moments of the recently closes summer window, but salary cap issues meant they could not get the deal done
But he returned with a serious ankle injury following the Olympics which has seen him miss the entirety of pre-season.
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