West Ham transfer target Dani Ceballos has revealed when he will be making a decision over his future.

Ceballos has claimed that he will wait until he returns from international duty before deciding what is next for him in his career.

The midfielder claims that Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has made it clear to him what his plans are for him, but he will weigh up his options later this month.

He is currently away at the under-21 European Championships, competing for Spain, and will sort out his future upon his return.

Speaking to Onda Cero, via Football Espana, Ceballos said this:

Zidane has spoken to me, and he was very clear.

I have accepted his explanations as to what he sees for me next season.

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However I do have a contract for four more years, and a high release clause.

When I return I will make a decision.

If I do leave, I want to play for a side that where I feel important.

I want to show that I can play in any team in Europe.

I am a young player that wants to succeed, and I cannot have another year of not playing.

West Ham have been touted with interest in Ceballos as they look to strengthen their squad ahead of next season. 

Ceballos has played 56 first-team games for Real Madrid since joining the club from Real Betis in 2017.

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