Juventus raises the price of the signing of Dani Ceballos for Betis

The Betis continues in his goal of signing the midfielder Dani ceballos, and when they were close to negotiating an obstacle called Juventus. The transalpine team has sent an offer for the former midfielder Arsenal, to the offices of the Real Madrid. This interest has generated good feelings in the merengue team, since the player is a discard rather than sung.

On the other hand, things get complicated for him Sevillian painting, who was already about to negotiate with him midfielder. And it is that everything lent itself so that the former Betic youth squad will return to Heliopolis. Ceballos has recovered from his injury, but so far he has not played a single minute this season.

Upon learning that the Bianconero team is interested in the Sevillian midfielder, Florentino Pérez has redirected his attention to analyze the offer in detail. As we have already said, the midfielder is one more discard for Ancelotti, and his departure will take shape in this winter or summer market. In this way, they have learned that Juventus wants to barter.

The operation proposed by Vechhia Signora is simple, the merengue team gives them to Ceballos, and instead they receive Adrien Rabiot. The French midfielder, like the Sevillian, is a discard sung by Allegri, and his performance goes from more to less. The Italian team has made the exchange, because they have known that the Frenchman is a player that Ancelotti likes.

The current price of the midfielder and former Betic youth squad is 27 million euros. The price of the French midfielder at Juventus is 30 kilos. In this way, if the Verdiblanco team wants to ruin the plans of the Italian team, they will have to put on the table of Real Madrid, a sum beyond the 30 greats.

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If the board were to make the decision to pay that amount, and if the merengue squad accepted, Dani Ceballos could break a new record set by Denilson so far. At that time the Brazilian cost 31.5 million euros, which in conversion with the currency of that time (1998) is approximately 5,300 million pesetas.

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