Former Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla will join Qatari side Al-Sadd after playing his final video game for Villarreal.

The 35-year-old played was substituted with eight minutes staying against Eibar, having actually established an objective in the 4-0 win for the Yellow Submarine.

Cazorla was given a standing ovation by those in attendance at the behind-closed-doors fixture.

Al-Sadd have now validated that Cazorla has reached an arrangement to join them.

The Doha-based group are presently handled by World Cup winner and former Barcelona midfielder Xavi.

Cazorla rejoined Villarreal from Arsenal in the summer season 2018 and found his finest form regardless of missing almost two years with the Gunners due to injury.

The Spaniard needed to go through several surgeries on an Achilles injury and at one phase the issue was so bad, it almost caused his foot being amputated.

He scored 15 objectives this season, which led to him getting recalled to the worldwide group.

Arsenal paid homage to their former gamer after his final look for Villarreal.