EPL: Doctor said I will never walk again - Santi Cazorla

EPL: Doctor said I will never walk again - Santi Cazorla

EPL: Doctor said I will never walk again - Santi Cazorla

In an interview with Spanish newspaper Marca, Cazorla recalled being told by doctors in England that "if you're able to walk in the garden with your son again, you should be satisfied".

Cazorla has been out of action for over a year with an Achilles problem, and nearly had his foot amputated after contracting gangrene.

Arsenal midfielder, Santi Cazorla, has said that his doctor told him he may never walk again.

The Spanish midfielder has not played for Arsenal since October a year ago and has had to undergo multiple operations, resulting in the loss of eight centimetres from the tendon in his right ankle.

Following eight operations, which saw the Spaniard lose eight centimetres from the tendon, Cazorla contracted gangrene in the wound.

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"The problem was that it did not heal and the wounds would reopen, become infected".

The Arsenal midfielder has been missing for over a year due to an Achilles injury that has required eight operations.

The player, who joined Arsenal from Malaga for £15m in August 2012 and has made 180 appearances for the London club, underwent several antibiotic treatments in order to clear up the infection and was told during the process that there was a risk that a blood infection could have meant amputation of his leg.

Cazorla is now in rehabilitation after Sanchez reconstructed his tendon in May, and he remains optimistic of a return for Arsenal: "I do not have clearance until January, but I will come back by then". But the story goes back to 2013 when the Spaniard first injured his ankle during an worldwide friendly. Regular messages from team-mates and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger have boosted Cazorla's spirits and he says it is "a relief" to now explain the full extent of his injury. "Nobody trusted me but I do, I still do, although the pain keeps me cautious". "Behind his smile is a strength you would not guess".

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