Wolves are reportedly ready to make a move for Real Madrid star Dani Ceballos.
90min have reported today that Wanderers are showing interesting in the midfielder, who had a two-year loan spell with Arsenal a few years ago.
Ceballos is out of contract at the end of the season.
Ceballos recently spoke about his future, and revealed that he had had contact with some clubs in January.
He went on to say that he had not had any discussion with Real about extending his contract at the Bernabeu.
Ceballos, who Real signed for around £15 million, is a player who has been linked with Wolves before.
It was claimed that Wolves were eyeing up a move for him ahead of the summer 2021 window. In the end, a move did not materialise, and Ceballos stayed put to work under Carlo Ancelotti.
This summer, Wanderers could potentially lose Nunes, Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho.
So there is potential for at least one new midfielder to come in.
90min suggest that Ceballos has concerns over his game time at Real.
This may suggest he is open to embarking on a new adventure.
Ceballos has worked with Julen Lopetegui before and he may well fancy linking back up with his fellow countryman.
90min say Wolves are ‘readying an approach’ for Ceballos, who also has interest from Atletico Madrid and Real Betis, his former club.
Dani Ceballos showed glimpses of quality at Arsenal and could be good addition for Wolves
So Wolves could make a move for Ceballos this summer.
Potentially he could make for a good signing. He obviously has two years of Premier League experience from his time with Arsenal.
During his time at the Emirates he didn’t really pull up any trees, but there were definitely glimpses of him being a top player.
What was clear was that he is a really good passer. The Coaches Voice say this is his ‘outstanding strength’. They also add he is ‘extremely talented with the ball at his feet’.
Potentially, if Neves left Wolves, he might relish becoming a main man in the midfield at Molineux.
The fact he’d be coming in for free would make this a relatively risk-free move.