Cazorla has made a big impact in his third spell with the Yellow Submarine since returning in 2018 after a serious Achilles injury.
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It's a shame we couldn't enjoy the end of it together with the fans.
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The 35-year-old playmaker, who did not play for 636 days prior to his comeback two years ago, has scored 11 goals and provided nine assists in the Spanish top flight this season.
Cazorla will play his last game for the club this weekend, though, and has been linked with a move to Qatari club Al Sadd - coached by former Barcelona captain Xavi.
It has also been reported that Cazorla could take up a coaching role with Arsenal, but a switch to Qatar looks more likely for a player who earned a Spain recall last year.
Cazorla told Villarreal TV ahead of his final appearance: "Villarreal have given me everything. When I was 18, they gave me all the confidence.
"A guy from Oviedo who was unknown almost for everyone."
Long-serving skipper Soriano will make an emotional swansong on the final day of the season at El Madrigal.
The 36-year-old, a one-club man, has made over 300 appearances for Villarreal since making his debut 14 years ago.
"What I am going to be, for now, it is being the fan number one of Villarreal. Villarreal will be part of my life forever." he said.