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Submitted by no_more_heroes 831d ago | news

Selling Cazorla to Arsenal at that price was a 'blunder', says Pellegrini

Goal.com:

The Malaga manager has revealed his club were forced into allowing the Spain international to leave as his side were in "acute crisis" but feels it was a mistake. (Arsenal, English Premier League, Málaga, Santi Cazorla, Spanish Primera Division, Transfers)

no_more_heroes  +   832d ago
...and I couldn't be more pleased about it! He's a bright spark in the darkness of the club's current plight.
crazyturkey  +   832d ago
The problem I think was that Cazorla didn't want to go to Spanish giants because he wanted to play. He also didn't want to be owed money. Last no other clubs from outside Spain offered more money.
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