Arsenal brought in Dani Ceballos on a season-long loan deal from Arsenal and the midfielder so far has made a positive impact at the club.

Unai Emery has brought in the Spaniard to act as a replacement for Aaron Ramsey who went on to join Juventus during the summer.

And during Arsenal’s previous game vs Burnley, Dani Ceballos gave a MOTM performance for which he won the praises of his manager.

The manager said“With him, it’s for us to use his qualities in the best position in our team with our ideas. I spoke with him – before coming here – to play like an eight and a 10.

“Today he started like a 10, but a lot of times he was changing with Willock into the eight position, where he can feel better on the pitch.”

And now speaking right before the clash vs Liverpool, his Spanish mate Hector Bellerin has labelled him as one of the best players he has ever played with.

“I think Dani’s one of the best players I’ve seen in my career,” the defender said.

“I’ve played with him since we were like 18 or 19 years old. We’ve played in the under-21s, we get on really well off the pitch.

“He’s a great player, I think he’s going to be a great addition to the team and the Premier League is going to be very different to any other league, but he’s shown in training that he’s ready for it.

“He’s up for it and he’s a player who will go through thick and thin to do the best for his team.

“He’s got a great heart and he plays for everyone around him. I think he’s a great addition.”

Dani Ceballos has already made two assists in his first two games of the new season and if these two performances are anything to go by then the Real Madrid loanee will have a wonderful season at the Emirates.

But he will have his first big test of the season on Saturday when the Gunners take on Liverpool at Anfield.

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