Santi Cazorla's Villarreal unveiling was incredibly bizarre

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Santi Cazorla has officially been unveiled as a Villarreal player.

The 33-year-old has had a torrid time of injuries in the past few years.

He has made just 32 appearances in the last three seasons, and did not feature at all for Arsenal last campaign.

But he was rewarded for his efforts to get his footballing career back in track by earning a contract with the club that he started his career.

Cazorla was a fan-favourite at the Spanish club during his stint there, and all involved with El Submarino Amarillo are excited to see him back.

And to mark his return to the club, Villarreal celebrated his signing with a quite bizarre unveiling.

There are few words that can describe it. Watch it below:

That is so weird. That is in contention for the strangest transfer unveiling of all time.

The video has understandably gone viral on Twitter. This particular post has over 20,000 likes, with fans struggling to comprehend what they had just seen.

Regardless, It is good to see that he got a lovely reception from the adoring crowd after he stepped onto the turf.

Cazorla would have enjoyed it too, especially given the hard times he has endured in the past few seasons.

Cazorla also explained that he is still not injury free, but he promised he would give everything during his time with the club.

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"Today is a very special day for me because I return to what I consider to be my home," he said at a news conference, per Goal.

"I am eternally grateful to Villarreal for giving me unconditional support during these two years and always open the doors for me.

"It's a club that for me is an example and that always does things well despite the difficulties.

"I've always said that giving up was not an option. It is true that I still have some pains that prevent me from being 100 per cent, but I work daily to remove them.

"Every day I have better feelings, but I am very demanding and I want to keep improving.

"Now it's time to give everything for this shirt and this club."

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