Arsenal’s Santi Cazorla reveals how injury almost led to leg being amputated

• Midfielder tore ankle while playing for Spain in October 2013
• Complications led to fear of amputation and end of playing career

Santi Cazorla has revealed the extent of his long lay-off from football, revealing how an ankle injury he sustained in 2013 almost led to his leg being amputated.

The Arsenal midfielder has not played since a 6-0 Champions League victory over the Bulgarian side Ludogorets last October and even that now appears remarkable given the difficulties he has endured since sustaining a tear to the bone after he was kicked in the right ankle while playing for Spain in October 2013.

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