- Dani Ceballos has called the news about his altercation with David Luiz in training as fake
- There were reports that the Arsenal midfielder was struck in the face by the Brazilian defender
- It is understood that both players have settled their differences and apologized to their teammates
Dani Ceballos has denied claims that himself and Arsenal teammate David Luiz came to blows on their training ground at the Colney complex.
The Athletic reported that the Spanish midfielder was hit in the face by the Brazilian at the end of a practice match.
It is understood that there was a late challenge from the Real Madrid loanee which angered Luiz as he struck him in the nose and Ceballos tumbled to the ground.
Reports claim that Ceballos had blood coming out of his face as a result, both players almost came to blows before they were separated by teammates and staff.
Mikel Arteta had conducted a training session for players who were not on international duty and it ended on a bad note.
However, Ceballos took to his social media handle to condemn reports from The Athletic calling it "Fake".
The Athletic further reported that Luiz and Ceballos spent three days away from training and apologized to colleagues on their return.
It is understood both players were then left to discuss their fallout, which ended on positive terms.
On the opening day of the new season, Ceballos was involved in a row with Eddie Nketiah during their warm-up for the game against Fulham at Craven Cottage.
Ceballos was caught on camera squaring up with the youngster before being separated by teammates.
The duo settled their differences after their 3-0 win at Craven Cottage as they were putting up smiles together.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Arsenal defender Cedric Soares and his wife Filipa Brandao have been blessed with a baby girl they christened Siena.
The Portuguese star has had so many troubles getting his place into the national team that he helped win the Euro 2016 tournament.
But the 29-year-old has got his career back on track at the Emirates despite his struggles with Inter Milan and Premier League side Southampton.
Legit.ng also reported that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could be restricted from honouring future international calls by Arsenal after the airport incident in the Gambia, according to Panther boss Patrice Neveu.
The Premier League club were not happy with how players were delayed at the Banjul international airport for six hours as the rest of the squad were forced to sleep on the floor.
Aubameyang posted a series of pictures of his teammates and crew on social media and stated that they were made to feel like hostages.
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