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Former Gunner excited by Arsenal targets

10:50 05 August 2012

Santi Cazorla in action for Spain. Picture: Nick Potts/PA Archive

Santi Cazorla in action for Spain. Picture: Nick Potts/PA Archive

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Transfer news: Manuel Almunia hailed Santi Cazorla

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Former Gunner Manuel Almunia believes that Arsenal target Santi Cazorla can shine at the Gunners.

It seems that the Spain international is set for a move to the Emirates and the north Londoners have been heavily linked with Nuri Sahin.

“One of these years, everything has to come together and be perfect, and now is the time for Arsenal,” Almunia said.

“They’ve signed some good players this year, Santi Cazorla is fantastic.”

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