Santi Cazorla admits that he accepts the idea of returning to Arsenal to work under Mikel Arteta.
The 36-year-old is currently playing at Qatar’s club Al Sadd, but has already considered his options at the end of his playing career.
Cazorla spent six years in Arsenal, winning two FA Cup trophies with Arteta. Players say they are interested in reuniting with their previous teammates.
“Miquel was very important when I came to Arsenal,” Cazorla told AS. “I didn’t speak that language, and he was the only Spanish. He helped me a lot, both in him and in his family.
“We were two football students. We watched the game, but he already had that coaching gene. Mikel Arteta and Santi.
“That’s what I cherish tomorrow, now I’m not considering it. If I’m given the opportunity and he believes I can help him, that’s what I care about Don’t do it and leave the door open to enjoy the experience with him.
“But there is nothing today, it will be seen.”
In a speech last year, Arteta revealed that he was open to bringing Cazorla back to the club for a backroom role. “My opinion on Santi can’t be higher,” Arteta said.
“Personally, first of all, not only about who he is and what he brings to the dressing room, but also as a player of what he has done throughout his career.
“Let’s see what happens to the role and future of coaching.
– Soccer Sports
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