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Dani Ceballos rates Arsenal’s new-look forward line of Nicolas Pepe, Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

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Dani Ceballos has made an instant impact at Arsenal following his loan move from Real Madrid
has made an instantaneous influence at Arsenal following his mortgage transfer from Real Madrid (Picture: Getty)

Dani Ceballos admits he has been impressed by the standard and versatility of a new-look Arsenal assault assembled by Unai Emery.

The Spain worldwide has made an instantaneous impression since becoming a member of on a season-long mortgage from Real Madrid, incomes a standing ovation following his full debut in opposition to Burnley and serving to to show the tide in the course of the north London derby previous to the worldwide break.

Ceballos appears to be like sure to play a serious position underneath Emery having struggled to win the religion of Zinedine Zidane, notably with Mesut Ozil out of favour.

additionally joined in the summertime for a club-record £72million payment to go with Arsenal’s two prolific strikers and .

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Although Pepe is but to get off the mark, Ceballos has been impressed by the Ivory Coast worldwide’s directness however believes Lacazette is the participant with the most effective all spherical sport.

‘You can compare [Pierre Emerick] Aubameyang to the style of Cristiano [Ronaldo] when he was at Madrid in the sense that he plays close to the goal and lives for scoring,’ Ceballos instructed the Daily Mail.

‘Pepe is very direct, and Lacazette is the best player in the team: he understands the game perfectly.’

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Dani Ceballos recorded two assists on his full Arsenal debut against Burnley
Dani Ceballos recorded two assists on his full Arsenal debut in opposition to Burnley (Picture: Getty)

After impressing for the Spanish nationwide staff in opposition to Romania, Ceballos is nearly sure to start out in opposition to Watford on Sunday however he accepts he could must curb some of his pure inclinations if he is to be a hit within the Premier League.

He mentioned: ‘I know I need to be able to identify the moments in a game when it’s proper to be the participant who does one thing totally different and the moments when I’ve to be the participant who holds his place.

‘I try to get at the opposition and make the difference. It is true though that sometimes the desire to be near the ball gets the better of me and I can lose my position. But I am young and I can improve.’

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