The Spainiard opens up on the ups and downs he experienced in the two seasons that he spent in England.
Dani Ceballos admits he found it hard being away from his family during his loan spell at Arsenal.
Ceballos initially signed for Arsenal in the summer of 2019 on a season-long loan deal from Real Madrid.
Although unable to cement his place in Mikel Arteta’s starting XI, the midfielder had his moments of brilliance and his loan deal was extended for another season.
The 24-year-old, who was able to experience FA Cup glory, is now back at Real Madrid after an unsatisfactory second stint with the Gunners, who ultimately decided against converting his temporary transfer into a permanent one.
“I’m starting with the worst… The remoteness and how difficult it is to enjoy your family on a day-to-day basis, something that is very important to me,” confessed Ceballos in an interview with Spanish publication AS.
“The best is the football that is breathed in England. The stadiums are full, the fans respect you. Matches are played every few days and the stands are always full, when you could go to the fields, of course.
“That is essential for someone who likes soccer.”