Arsenal star Dani Ceballos tours British Museum with girlfriend

Arsenal star Dani Ceballos was seen touring the British Museum with his stunning girlfriend.

Ceballos shared a snap of himself with Maria Sanchez Del Moral at the London tourist attraction.

He captioned the shot "British Museum" in between two love hear emojis.

One fan commented on a permanent deal: "Hope you stay on a permanent deal."

Ceballos moved to Arsenal from Real Madrid on loan last summer after the Gunners fought off stiff competition.

But despite an encouraging debut, his season has been disrupted by injuries and he has failed to make an impact at the Emirates Stadium so far.

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Recently Ceballos was compared to Gunners great Cesc Fabregas by ex-England footballer Owen Hargreaves.

He said: “He’s a flair player, he’s like Cesc [Fabregas], not as good, but like Cesc.

“The performances where he was brilliant was against Burnley, where Burnley don’t have much of the ball, and Newcastle, who also don’t have much of the ball.

“But he went to Anfield and really struggled because of the intensity of the game.

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“Arteta’s done a good job in finding the perfect blend in the right game.”

Arsenal play Portsmouth on Monday in the FA Cup after crashing out of the Europa League this week.

Ahead of the game, boss Mikel Arteta said: "I think there are a lot of ways around it.

"We’re not going to please everyone with the decisions that have to be made. What is for sure is that, for players, it’s an enormous amount of games.

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"The intensity is raising every single year, the level of pressure too, and sometimes it’s too much for them. If (there is no change), we have to be allowed to have 26 or 28 squad players, which we are not allowed to do, and even more players on the bench.

“But something has to be done, because you can see players are cracking and cracking every season. You can sustain that for one season, two seasons, but after three or four seasons you end up paying the price and I think the quality at some stage will drop.

"But we have a history, a massive culture, here with the cup games and to go against that is difficult.”

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