Casillas lost his place in the Real Madrid starting line-up last season. [Reuters]

Arsenal star Santi Cazorla has revealed that he has already told Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas to move to the Emirates Stadium this summer.

Casillas is struggling to secure a place in the Real Madrid line-up this season and his future at the Santiadgo Bernabeu remains uncertain.

Manchester City and Arsenal are reportedly ready to take advantage of his lack of action by making a bid for him in the summer, and Cazorla has fuelled the rumours by admitting Wenger's interest in securing his services.

Asked in an interview with Sport360 about Casillas' possible move to Arsenal, the Gunners playmaker said: "I've told him [I would like him to join Arsenal], but so far he has just been curious about my experience in England.

"His situation is very complicated, but he has to make a decision. Lots of clubs want him, including Arsenal, but I think that it would be very difficult to leave Real Madrid because of what the club represents. He knows what he has [at Madrid] and what he could find at another club," Cazorla added.

Casillas lost his place at Real Madrid last season under then-manager Jose Mourinho and this campaign is only playing in the Champions League and Copa del Rey, while Diego Lopez is Real's preferred choice in La Liga.

Reports in Spain claim that the Real Madrid legend will not accept another season on the bench and he is eager to finish his career in the Premier League - being particularly keen on living in London.

With Wojciech Szczesny being erratic this season during Arsenal's key games, the Gunners have been linked with a number of keepers and Spain's most capped player of all time looks a good option to add some experience to the squad.

Arsenal did business with Real Madrid last summer to sign Mesut Ozil and they are also in negotiations with the Spanish giants over Alvaro Morata.