Santi Cazorla has said he would welcome Spain colleague Cesc Fabregas joining Arsenal this summer.
Fabregas has been linked with a move away from Barcelona, and a return to the Premier League with Chelsea has been mooted.
Arsenal are said to have little interest in re-signing their former captain but speaking at a Press conference, Gunners midfielder Cazorla revealed he would be happy to see Cesc at the club.
“I’ve read that Cesc could go to Chelsea. I’d rather he came to Arsenal,” Cazorla said, according to Marca.
“He has given a lot to the club and I wish that he is happy. He’ll choose the right club and be comfortable.
“I don’t see much difference between Premier League clubs and Barca. Cesc’s numbers with Barca are spectacular and he has shown that he has adapted, but it isn’t given the same value as in England.”
There are a number of players in the Spain squad who face an uncertain future at club level but Cazorla believes they will be able to focus on national team matters when required.
“People are calm. You have to know how to separate individual future from La Seleccion. We are here to try and be champions,” Cazorla added.
“I see they are focused on that and there will be time to think about what they do after the World Cup.”
On a personal note, Cazorla stressed he would have no problem if Vicente Del Bosque asked him to play away from his favoured position.
“The boss hasn’t said anything yet but I will adapt to what suits the team,” Cazorla continued.
“A lot of people play in different positions and I’ll be comfortable wherever Vicente puts me.
“Whatever the Coach or the team needs, we’ll all be there to support.”