I can't wait to watch Ozil and Santi combine.
Well it will be interesting. Ozil is the sort of languid playmaker the modern game doesn't allow. It's a testament to how good he is that he has been so productive. His movement, in general, is akin to a central winger, moving laterally between the lines to find space, turning, and then driving play forward. His biggest asset is that he's a pretty good athlete, so when he counters he counters at speed.
Cazorla has always been a wide player and was a revelation centrally, but on the left he knows where and when to exploit space. Him moving inside as Ozil moves toward the sideline, either in the opposite or same direction, could cause havoc, both on our end and the opposition. The great thing is that Cazorla is very versatile, and he'll be able to change his play to accommodate Ozil quite easily.