Dani Ceballos

Dani Ceballos




Full name: Daniel Ceballos Fernández

Country: Spain

Date of birth: 07/08/1996 (18 years old)

Place of birth: Utrera (Spain)

Height: 176cm

Youth career: Sevilla FC, CD Utrera, Real Betis (since 2011)

Current club: Real Betis

Squad number: 46

Current national team: Spain U-19

Position: central midfielder, attacking midfielder, winger

Preferred foot: right

Market value (by transfermarkt.de): —

Tournaments participated in: —

Contract until: 30.06.2016

Player’s agent: U1st Sports

Similar type of player: Isco



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Style of play:

– central winger/false “10”/modern attacking midfielder

– likes to dribble

– likes to shoot from distance

– excellent range of passing

– gets fouled often

– often drops deep and is involved in the buildup of plays

– likes to roam from his position

– often uses his creativity to set up goals for other players

– excellent vision and ability to read the game


He is best suited to playing as:

Attacking midfielder in 4-2-3-1.







League summary:

Primera Division 2013/2014: 1 match/0 goals (Real Betis)

Segunda Division B 2014/2015: 4 matches/0 goals (Real Betis B)

Segunda Division 2014/2015 (ongoing): 11 matches/1 goal (Real Betis)



Last season has been awful for Betis. Verdiblancos have been relegated to Segunda Division and there were hardly any positives. One such positive, however, might be some youth stars from the academy entering the frame of the first team football. Some names include Ignacio Albeledo or Dani Ceballos. Ceballos joined Sevilla FC’s youth system in 2004, aged eight, but was released in 2009 due to a chronic bronchus problem. He subsequently played for hometown’s CD Utrera, and signed for Real Betis in 2011. He made his professional debut without even appearing for the B-side on 26 April 2014 in a league match against Real Sociedad, where he came on for the last 9 minutes. It was a reward for his great games in the youth teams. On 21 December he scored his first professional goal, netting the first of a 2–0 home win against Racing de Santander for the Segunda División championship. Everybody in the green part of Seville hopes that he follows in the footsteps of other great Betis-made players, like Joaquin, Diego Tristan or Capi.




Football Talent Scout potential rating:

9/10   BallBallBallBallBallBallBallBallBall

Player has potential to become a key player in a top European club.





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