Santiago Cazorla

Santiago ‘Santi’ Cazorla is a Spanish midfielder, who was born on 13th December 1984, and plays for Villarreal. Cazorla spent many of his youth years with Real Oviedo, before transferring to Villarreal in 2003. He went on to star for the ‘B’ team, quickly becoming a first team regular. Cazorla then spent the 2006-07 campaign with Recreativo, before returning to Villarreal. In 2011, Cazorla left Villarreal once again to join the big-spending Malaga, where he spent just one season. August 2012 saw the Spaniard on the move once again, as he joined Arsenal and quickly became a vital player for the Gunners. A member of Spain’s successful 2008 European Championship squad, Cazorla has picked up over 75 caps for his country.

 Position:
Attacking Midfielder
  Country:
Spain
  Age:
35
  Birth Place:
Asturias
  Preferred Foot:
Both

Santiago Cazorla

 Position:
Attacking Midfielder
  Country:
Spain
  Age:
35
  Birth Place:
Asturias
  Preferred Foot:
Both

Santiago ‘Santi’ Cazorla is a Spanish midfielder, who was born on 13th December 1984, and plays for Villarreal. Cazorla spent many of his youth years with Real Oviedo, before transferring to Villarreal in 2003. He went on to star for the ‘B’ team, quickly becoming a first team regular. Cazorla then spent the 2006-07 campaign with Recreativo, before returning to Villarreal. In 2011, Cazorla left Villarreal once again to join the big-spending Malaga, where he spent just one season. August 2012 saw the Spaniard on the move once again, as he joined Arsenal and quickly became a vital player for the Gunners. A member of Spain’s successful 2008 European Championship squad, Cazorla has picked up over 75 caps for his country.