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Samir Nasri: Manchester City Or Manchester United?

Arsenal midfielder / winger Samir Nasri is reportedly on the verge of leaving the Emirates Stadium for Manchester. But which club will he end up playing for?

Reports had suggested the Gunners had rejected an offer in the region of £20million from the Premier League champions, while City has also been linked with the 24-year-old France international.

With only a year left on his Arsenal contract and if you believe what you read about him refusing to sign a new deal then it appears he'll be heading for the north-west of England. The question is...

Will it be Manchester City or Manchester United?

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Date:Thursday July 7 2011

Time: 9:54PM

Your Comments

I'd still be surprised if he doesn't sign a new contract with Arsenal.
regiboy
Funnily enough but that's exactly what I said on our forums.
tudor
I think it depends on who whinger signs as to whether he stays or not .......
Doody
I wonder if things have gone too far for him to stay with arsenal? When Fabregas plays, Hasri suffer more than most, as he is the player who is moved out to a wide position to accommodate him. If they sold Cesc last summer, I believe that Sami would have taken the opportunity to sign a new deal and become the main man at arsenal, but now I wonder if he has had his nose put out of joint and also had his head turned by better offers and a feeling of being wanted.
Oxfordspur
I'm sure Kroenke will pull his finger out and force the Arsenal board and/or Wenger to increase his pay and he'll end up staying, pretending that he loves the club and never wanted to leave in the first place. Lord help him when he has to face the notoriously vindictive goons in the stand though.
fifthcolumnblue
Nasri is NOT a winger...Whoever he went too they must play him in the centre, or in behind the striker. He is better than fabregas in the middle, wasted on the wing.
P.Avfc
Bit like Milner then P!
fifthcolumnblue
 

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