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EFE | 02/08/2012
Santi Cazorla travelled to London this morning to complete his move to Arsenal.
The Spain international had his last training session with Málaga yesterday and is expected to undergo a medical and sign his contract with the north London club in the next few days.
The Asturian had a further four years on his contract with Málaga but the club's recent dire financial and political situation made his departure inevitable.
On July 24 The Guardian reported that Cazorla had already agreed personal terms with Arsene Wenger's side, who initially offered Málaga 19 million euros for the player. The Andalusian club initially said this figure was too low, considering his buy-out clause was 45 million euros, but as the club's economic crisis dragged on, their bargaining power was weakened.
The 27-year-old did not go on Málaga's recent tour of Venezuela and was one of the four players who launched - but later retracted - an official complaint to the players union, the AFE, about unpaid wages.
A number of other key players could soon join Cazorla in leaving the club, such as striker José Salomón Rondón and midfielders Francisco Alarcón ''Isco'' and Jeremy Toulalan.