No way Arsenal will sell Cazorla to Atletico by DN
I know that Arsene Wenger still has to balance the books at Arsenal and so as long as the current ownership stays the same, the Frenchman is never going to have the sort of resources available to his main rivals like Mourinho, van Gaal and Pellegrini.
So I suppose you could say that every Arsenal player has his price, but I cannot see the Spanish club Atletico Madrid making a transfer bid of a big enough value to persuade the boss to sell his Spanish star Santi Cazorla. The midfielder may be 30-years old now and his contract may be running into the last couple of years, but he is so important to the manager’s plans that I expect him to tell Diego Simeone to take a long walk off a short pier if the Argentinean does make contact about a summer transfer.
Wenger has often spoke about his admiration for the abilities of our little magician and he has backed that up by making Cazorla’s name one of the first on the team sheet, week in and week out. He has often preferred Cazorla to Ozil in the number 10 role and has now started preferring him to Ramsey in the box to box role and those are two of the very best players we have.
The prof wants that Premier League title and he knows that having Cazorla will make that a lot more likely to happen, so unless Atletico or anyone else comes up with an obscene offer, our Spanish superstar is going nowhere.