- Ceballos joined Arsenal on loan for a season.
- The coronavirus outbreak might mean that this year's campaign will finish beyond June 30.
- The Gunners are convinced that Los Blancos will not oppose the extension.
- The midfielder reportedly insisted on removing the buyout option from his deal.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced the Premier League to postpone the campaign until at least April 30. It means this year's campaign might end beyond June 30 which raises legal consequences over player contracts.
The report says Arsenal 'are relaxed' over the situation with the Spaniard's loan deal even though no formal negotiations have yet taken place between the two clubs. It is claimed the Gunners' chiefs are convinced that Los Blancos will not block the extension.
The earlier reports claimed that the 23-year-old had asked not to insert the buyout clause in his loan deal as he sees his future at Real Madrid.
The Spaniard has established himself as a lynchpin of Mikel Arteta's squad. After recovering from a hamstring injury, he's featured regularly putting in some top-class displays.