Spain Under-21 sensation Dani Ceballos says he is “relaxed” about his future amid talk he is a summer target for Real Madrid.
The Real Betis man starred as Spain’s youngsters put Portugal to the sword in the U21 European Championship semi-finals this week and he has been heavily linked with a move to the Bernabeu.
Barcelona though are believed to be set to make a rival offer for the 20-year-old, according to Marca, but Zinedine Zidane’s men are in pole position.
Ceballos reportedly has a bargain €15million release clause at Betis, who could insist the midfielder is loaned back to them for 12 months in any prospective transfer.
Central midfielder Ceballos, 20, though is relaxed about his future and says his future will only be discussed after Friday’s final.
Dani Ceballos vs. Italy U21
Saúl may have stolen the headlines, but it was Ceballos who dominated the whole game.pic.twitter.com/QckAEkubry
— EiF (@EiF_Highlights) June 28, 2017
“I feel relaxed about the reports,” Ceballos told AS.
“My aim is to beat Germany and when the tournament is over, I’ll sit down with my agents and we’ll look at the offers on the table.
“Right now, my future is with Betis. I have three years left on my contract, and I’m relaxed.
“At the end of the day, if the big clubs are interested in you, it’s because you’re doing well. It’s really nice to be talked about in that way.”