- Dani Ceballos has thanked Arsenal fans as he departs the Premier League side
- The Spaniard played for the Gunners for two seasons before he left the Emirates
- Arsenal failed to make the top four at the just concluded English topflight
Dani Ceballos who is a Spanish professional footballer has taken to his official social media page to send an emotional farewell message to Arsenal fans thanking them for the supports.
The 24-year-old has been at the Emirates stadium for the past two seasons with Arsenal ans has failed to win any title with the North London giants.
Arsenal finished the just concluded Premier League season with a trophy and also failed to qualify for Champions League or Europa League.
Although Ceballos failed to establish himself as a regular player at the Emirates stadium, but the Spaniard was able to play 40 games for the Gunners this term in all competitions.
"I am sure that Arsenal, being a historic and great team, will soon be back on top, winning championships and being a reference as it is and always has been.''
Ceballos is now expected to return to Spanish giants Real Madrid who lost the La Liga title to Atletico Madrid on the last day of the season.
Real Madrid finished second on the table and will play in the Champions League next season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Arsenal have cracked the whip on Under-23 coach, Steve Bould, following the team's disappointing campaign this season.
Bould has spent three decades with the Gunners both as a player and a coach but has been working with the junior side since June 2019.
According to report, the 58-year-old tactician was given the boot after Arsenal's U23s finished 10th in the 13-team Premier League 2 this season.
The publication added Academy chief Per Mertesacker will be taking charge in interim capacity as he also leads the hunt for a long-term replacement.
Bould initially joined the north Londoners as a player in 1988 and went on to form an important part of the team as he racked up more than 370 appearances across competitions.
During his spell as a player, he won three big league titles and two FA Cup trophies before he wound his career at Sunderland during the 1999/2000 season.