Dani Ceballos reveals how Hector Bellerin played crucial role in Arsenal transfer

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first_imgDani Ceballos reveals how Hector Bellerin played crucial role in Arsenal transfer Ceballos had the chance to join Tottenham (Picture: Getty)Dani Ceballos has revealed Hector Bellerin played a key role in his loan move to Arsenal.Arsenal confirmed they had signed the Real Madrid midfielder on a season-long move, with Ceballos the first major addition to Unai Emery’s squad this summer.Ceballos admitted fellow Spaniard Emery was a big factor of his decision to join the Gunners, but says Bellerin also played his part.‘Well, as you know there are Spanish players here like Nacho Monreal and Hector Bellerin,’ Ceballos told the club website.ADVERTISEMENTCan’t wait for the link up 👀 Bienvenido hermano! @DaniCeballos46 pic.twitter.com/gFp8u0arCH— Héctor Bellerín (@HectorBellerin) July 25, 2019 Coral BarryThursday 25 Jul 2019 8:00 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link11Shares Advertisement Commentcenter_img Bellerin and Ceballos played together for the Spain U21s (Picture: Getty)‘I need to get used to what the club expects of me and adapt as quickly as possible because that will be vital if I’m to be successful at this club.’Bellerin was quick to welcome Ceballos to Arsenal, tweeting: ‘Can’t wait for this link-up. Bienvenido hermano.’The loan deal does not include a option to buy and Ceballos is expected to return to Real to fight for his place next season.Ceballos joins 18-year-old Gabriel Martinelli among Arsenal’s summer signings. The Gunners are close to announcing another signing, William Saliba, but the centre-back will immediately return to Saint-Etienne on loan.MORE: Arsenal confirm loan signing of Dani Ceballos from Real MadridMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City ‘I get on really well with Hector away from football, on a personal level. I told him I was thinking of joining and he told me not to think twice because this is a great city and a great club and that I was going to have a great time.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘I can’t wait to see him and say thanks for his help in getting me here.‘I have the coach – who is Spanish – and Hector, which will help me get used to life in London,’ he continued. Advertisementlast_img read more


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first_imgThe virus affected even the traditional lighting ceremony in ancient Olympia“The Olympic flame relay is the biggest event ahead of the Olympics. It is very important for us to carry it out at any cost. It is an opportunity for people outside Tokyo to feel a sense of affinity for the Olympics,” said Tokyo 2020 CEO Toshiro Muto.The coronavirus has already affected the relay. In what Muto described as a “heartbreaking” decision, organisers have been forced to scale back what should have been a key event to raise awareness and excitement ahead of the July 24 opening ceremony.While spectators are allowed to watch from the roadside, fans have been urged to “avoid forming crowds”, with organisers warning there could be a change of programme in the event of “excessive congestion”.Daily arrival and departure ceremonies are closed to the public and all torch-bearers will have their temperatures taken before participating in the relay, which is scheduled to visit every part of Japan before entering Tokyo in mid-July.– ‘Bigger than the Olympics’ –The virus has already played havoc with the traditional early stages of the torch relay in Greece – the lighting ceremony in ancient Olympia took place without spectators and was watched by a severely reduced delegation from Tokyo.The Greek leg of the relay was cancelled when crowds mobbed Hollywood star Gerard Butler Loading… The Olympic flame arrives in Japan on Friday, with what should have been a joyous celebration dramatically downscaled as doubts grow over whether the Tokyo Games can go ahead during the coronavirus pandemic. The Olympic torch relay has already been pared back Organisers have already taken the “heartbreaking” decision to pare back events surrounding the torch relay, as the world battles the virus that has killed more than 9,000 people and threatens to spark a global recession.Advertisement Read Also: Neymar flees Paris for Brazil to self isolate amid coronavirusThe IOC, which will take any decision over the fate of the Games, has encouraged all athletes to train for the Games “as best they can”, stressing it is “fully committed” to holding the event as planned.Nevertheless, IOC president Thomas Bach has admitted that qualifying is becoming a problem as competitions are scrapped.“No solution will be ideal in this situation,” an IOC spokesman acknowledged in comments to AFP on Wednesday.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Organisers were then forced to scrap the Greek leg of the relay after large crowds mobbed Hollywood actor Gerard Butler as he lit a cauldron in the city of Sparta.With borders shut in Europe – which has become the epicentre of the crisis – Tokyo officials will not be travelling to collect the torch, with former Olympic swimmer Naoko Imoto representing Japan at the official handover.As the flame arrives, there are increasing clouds over the Games, with some athletes past and present attacking the International Olympic Committee for insisting there is no need for “drastic” action such as postponement or cancellation.“This crisis is bigger than even the Olympics,” fumed Hayley Wickenheiser, a Canadian IOC member with four ice hockey golds.“I think the IOC insisting this will move ahead, with such conviction, is insensitive and irresponsible given the state of humanity,” she added.As well as wiping out the global sporting calendar, the coronavirus has also put paid to many athletes’ training schedules, leading some to propose a postponement.The flame will be picked up in a special charter plane The flame arrives on a special charter flight into Matsushima Air Base in the Japanese province of Miyagi, deliberately chosen as part of the “Recovery Olympics” to showcase the region’s revival after the 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown. But some 200 local children that were due to welcome the flame will be kept away as part of measures designed to halt the spread of the virus, which has infected 900 people in Japan. The relay begins on March 26, starting from the J-Village sports complex in Fukushima that was commandeered as a base by workers scrambling to contain the fall-out from the nuclear meltdown. Promoted ContentA Lot More People Should See Hanna’s Fantastic Bread MasterpiecesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 Best ’90s Action Movies To Watch TodayWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them8 Best 1980s High Tech Gadgets6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Things That Actually Ruin Your Phone6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually Truelast_img read more