Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has revealed that Santi Cazorla is "starting from zero" in his bid to save his career.
Spain worldwide Cazorla has spent over a year on the sidelines due to multiple surgeries on a tendon injury and came close to requiring an amputation of his foot after contracting an infection.
Cazorla, who hasn't played for nearly 14 months because of his injury hell, revealed to fans via Twitter last month that he had needed to go under the surgeon's knife yet again - the Spaniard has already endured a skin graft in an attempt to help the wound on his ankle heal.
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'I sent him a message because he had surgery and wished him well, ' Wenger said.
'It's very sad. What Santi has gone through is unbelievable.
"It's really, really sad". But unfortunately, he has to start again from zero.
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"That means if all goes well he has to wait until he can run and after when he starts to run it will be at least six weeks to come back to training. When he will be able to start to run again, I don't know".
It was initially hoped that the Spaniard would be ready for a first-team return for the Gunners in January, but he is back at square one and fighting for his future. "But certainly now, not before February".
Cazorla's last appearance for Arsenal was back in October 2016 against Ludogorets Razgrad in the UEFA Champions League.
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Cazorla's contract at Emirates Stadium is set to expire in the summer of 2018 and no extension can be agreed while he remains out of action.