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Dani Ceballos hints at early Arsenal exit after cryptic Instagram post to Hector Bellerin following injury hell

DANI CEBALLOS has hinted he will return to Real Madrid from Arsenal early with a cryptic Instagram comment.

The Spaniard replied to teammate Hector Bellerin's celebratory post after the ten-man Gunners twice came from behind to draw 2-2 at Chelsea on Tuesday.

Bellerin scored a dramatic 87th minute equaliser just minutes after Cesar Azpilicueta had seemingly put the game beyond the Gunners.

And after the game, the right-back took to social media to share his joy.

He posted a photo of himself celebrating alongside a caption that read: "Always happy to score against these lot...

"But what truly made me happy, was everyone fighting for their lives on that pitch.

"Big well done to the team tonight #COYG."

And much to the surprise of Arsenal fans online, Ceballos replied with a bombshell.

He replied in Spanish but translated it read: "I will miss those goals with the left to the back post bro.

"You deserve everything good that happens to you."

Ceballos joined Arsenal on loan from Real Madrid in the summer but has made just 11 Premier League appearances.

His last appearance for the North Londoners was on November 6 against Vitoria in the Europa League when he limped off with a hamstring injury.

Although the 23-year-old's loan deal is set to run until the end of the season, Ceballos' comment had fans online thinking he could be off sooner.

One fan simply tweeted: "Fare thee well."

And another added: "I can confirm what the op says, that's the correct translation. That's a goodbye."

Makumi did not seem too unhappy to learn of the Spaniard's potential departure and said: "Can't say I'll miss him."

And Marko quipped: "Probably not liking the English weather."

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