SHOCKING NEWS: Real Madrid Ancelotti has blasted and sent a warning to one of his players after the team’s win against Leipzig in the champions league. The manager singled out the player after his poor performance to the defeat, calling him a “game killer” He wants shouting at, I nearly said something else then. that’s why the fans don’t respect his presence in the team. and has no importance to the team. ” I think it’s high time for him to leave he nearly cost us the match”.


Real Madrid midfielder Dani Ceballos is reportedly contemplating a departure from the club due to his inability to secure a place in manager Carlo Ancelotti’s plans. The Spain international is considering a return to his former club, Real Betis, effectively ending his tenure with Los Blancos.

Despite his talent, Ceballos has found it challenging to establish himself at the Santiago Bernabeu, given the abundance of world-class players, particularly in the midfield. Since joining Real Madrid from his childhood club, Real Betis, in 2017, Ceballos has amassed 139 appearances for the Spanish giants. However, he has struggled to cement his position in the team, leading to a loan spell at Arsenal between 2019 and 2021.

During his time at Arsenal, Ceballos encountered difficulties breaking into the midfield hierarchy, which boasted players like Toni Kroos, Luka Modric, and Casemiro. Despite returning to Real Madrid after his loan spell, the 27-year-old has continued to face challenges securing regular playing time. This season, he has made just 12 league appearances, with only one start to his name, as he competes for a spot against formidable competition, including Eduardo Camavinga, Aurelien Tchouameni, Jude Bellingham, Kroos, and Modric.

With his prospects at Real Madrid uncertain, Ceballos is reportedly considering a move back to Real Betis, as indicated by reports from Despite signing a new contract with Real Madrid recently, binding him to the club until 2027, Ceballos has only made 19 appearances this season, with a mere four starts under Ancelotti. A return to Real Betis, where he previously made 105 senior appearances, could provide him with a fresh opportunity to reignite his career.

In other news, Real Madrid will be without top scorer Jude Bellingham for their UEFA Champions League Round of 16 first leg clash against RB Leipzig. Bellingham sustained an ankle injury during Real Madrid’s league victory over Girona, ruling him out for two to three weeks. Since joining Real Madrid from Borussia Dortmund last summer, Bellingham has been instrumental, contributing 16 goals and three assists in 21 league appearances, along with four goals and three assists in five UEFA Champions League matches. His absence will be keenly felt by his side, underscoring his significance to the team.

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