By FOX Sports Staff
Arsenal were the only top four club to keep their manager with David Moyes taking charge of Manchester United following Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement while Jose Mourinho has returned to Chelsea and Manuel Pellegrini replaced Roberto Mancini at Manchester City.
While the situation appears to favour the Gunners, Cazorla insists that it will still be a tough fight for the Premier League title.
"The most radical change is at Manchester United because Ferguson has been there for so long," the Spaniard told the official Arsenal Magazine.
"It will be a little difficult at the start for a new manager but I don't think it influences too much in terms of being an advantage for other teams. There are great managers at those clubs and I'm sure [the title race] will be just as difficult."
Cazorla played under Pellegrini during Villarreal and is surprised that the Chilean isn't well-known despite his successful spells with Malaga and Villarreal.
"I find it strange that some people don't know about him," he said. "He's done spectacular things with Malaga and Villarreal in the Champions League. Clubs like City obviously want him for a reason and, ultimately, it's for the job he's done.
"He's demonstrated he is top class. At whatever team he's been at - Malaga, Villarreal, Real Madrid - he's done well. He's had those teams playing spectacular football and I'm sure City will be a better team. I'm sure City's football will change and will be more offensive.
"I'm very happy for him because he deserves to be at a club of that level. He's getting his reward. He's been so important to my career."