The magnificent unveiling of the 33-year-old drew raucous cheers and applause from the hundreds of Villarreal fans inside the stadium.
After eight operations, he left Arsenal earlier this year when his contract expired but he has proved his fitness during a trial with Villarreal this summer, earning a one-year contract with the La Liga side.
Normally, new arrivals will wave to the fans, or perform keepy-ups, but Cazorla was the magic trick, to the delight of the thousands of supporters who had gathered to see the club's new signing.
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Villarreal have unveiled the signing of the returning Santi Cazorla by using a freaky magic stunt.
The redheaded magician then filled the tube with smoke while moving his hands up and down.
"I have to enjoy the moment, but I'm demanding and I want to keep improving". "I'm grateful to Villarreal, not just for how they opened the doors to me when I was 18, but for their unconditional support through hard moments and for re-opening the doors to me [now]". It is true that I still have some pains that prevent me from being 100 per cent, but I work daily to remove them.
"It's a club that for me is an example and that always does things well despite the difficulties".
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