Wolverhampton Wanderers have been linked with a move for Dani Ceballos.

According to El Confidencial, Wolves are keen on the midfielder, who has gone back to Real Madrid following two years on loan at Arsenal.

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Ceballos went to the Emirates Stadium on the watch of Unai Emery in the summer of 2019.

He had some good games for the Gunners, but didn’t really pull up trees in north London.

It remains to be seen if Wolves decide to make a move.

El Confidencial do state that Ceballos is not totally sold on going to a club that is not offering Champions League football.

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Ceballos has previously been quite complimentary about one Wolves player in particular.

The star couldn’t help but rave over Adama Traore, ahead of a game between Arsenal and Wolves last term.

 

He told Arsenal’s matchday programme in November: “I think he’s a very special player that any coach in the world would love to have in their team.

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“Apart from the fact that he’s really intimidating in terms of his physique. I think he’s really improved on a technical level and in terms of cutting inside or going wide, plus he scores goals too.”

Ceballos knows Traore having been in the Spain U21s with him. They’ve also represented the senior side together once against Ukraine.

Traore lure could help Wolves attract players

Hopefully Wolves are able to keep hold of Traore.

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Obviously for his ability on the pitch, but also due to the fact that so many players speak so highly of him.

The likes of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Aaron Cresswell and Ezri Konsa all praised Traore at various points last season.

One wonders if he could actually be quite helpful in convincing other players to come to Molineux. Surely plenty would love to come and link up with such an exhilarating talent.

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