Charlton Athletic have confirmed on the club’s official website that Cristian Ceballos has left the club.
Cristian Ceballos has left Charlton Athletic on a permanent basis to join Belgian side Sint-Truiden.
Ceballos joined Charlton Athletic in the summer of 2015 with plenty of hype surrounding his arrival.
The young attacker had impressed in the youth system at Tottenham Hotspur but he never made the step up to senior football in England.
The versatile forward, who can play as a winger or as a central striker, only managed seven appearances for Charlton Athletic in two seasons with the club.
He only managed five outings in the league in total.
The former Barcelona trainee left the Catalan giants in 2011 to join Tottenham Hotspur’s academy but has now secured his permanent exit from England after six unsuccessful years in the country.
The 24-year-old spent last season on loan at Sint-Truiden, helping the Canaries to finish 12th in the Belgian First Division A.
Cristian Ceballos had returned to Charlton Athletic this summer and was taking part in pre-season with the Addicks.
However, Karl Robinson has run the rule over the Spaniard and decided that he does not feature in his plans for the upcoming League One campaign.
Therefore, Cristian Ceballos has been allowed to leave and join Sint-Truiden on a permanent deal after two seasons with the South London club.
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