Dani Ceballos has commented on his future, amid recent transfer links to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The Spaniard is now back at Real Madrid, following two years on loan at Arsenal.
The Gunners won’t be moving to sign the 24-year-old permanently, as they look to other targets.
During his time in north London, Ceballos made 77 appearances for Arsenal.
It remains to be seen where he will be playing his football in 2021/22, but the player is keen to remain put.
That said, another move to the Premier League is not out of the question.
“Yes, I do not rule it out,” he told AS.
“It’s a league that I like, people who really like football would be motivated to play there. If you don’t get to play there you can regret it.
“It’s clear, I would like to play at Real Madrid. But I have to know what the coach wants and there have to be objectives. But my intention is to play the coming year at Real Madrid.”
Wolves were claimed by El Confidencial at the end of June to have been interested in the situation.
Real supposedly value their man at £14 million according to the outlet.
Wolves should focus on bringing Vitinha back
Wolves shouldn’t be tempted to go for Ceballos following these comments.
He may be open to coming back to the Premier League, but it doesn’t sound like it’s his top priority.
He didn’t impress all the time at Arsenal, and although he could be decent under Bruno Lage, Wolves should focus their efforts on re-signing Vitinha.
Vitinha showed glimpses of his talent last term, and looks a potentially good long-term replacement for Joao Moutinho.