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Welcome To Manchester City Samir Nasri

Welcome To Manchester City Samir Nasri

Manchester City FC is on the verge of paying £22m for Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri. The deal should be completed by the end of the weekend.

The 24-year-old France international has refused to sign an extension to his Gunners contract which means in 12-months time he would be eligible for a Bosman, should he stay. Arsène Wenger on the other hand is thought to be fuming about losing his play-maker; nevertheless he has resigned himself to facing the new Premier League season without Samir, and now Cesc Fàbregas, who is expected to travel to Barcelona around the same time as Nasri heads to the Etihad Stadium.

Welcome to Manchester City Samir Nasri.



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Writer:danielqpr
Date:Saturday August 13 2011
Time: 8:40AM

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Bienvenue, le Petit Prince de Marseille!
Johnny Baguette
13/08/2011 08:49:00
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Un jambon et frittes :)
GibboVilla
13/08/2011 09:03:00
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Welcome to London Carlos
gooner303
13/08/2011 09:12:00
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He's 24, not 26 ;)
NoFitState
13/08/2011 09:47:00
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You are correct NoFitState. Article amended.
tudor
13/08/2011 09:55:00
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Latest rumour has it that Arsenal want to swap Nasri + cash for tevez - Not going to happen, and I wouldn't be surprised to see this one go down to deadline day at this rate!
fifthcolumnblue
13/08/2011 12:07:00
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Arsenal will not pay Nasri more than 90,000 pw who on earth thinks they will pay tevez 240,000 pw?
jackblue
13/08/2011 12:18:00
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Another Arsenal player for the Man City retirement home. Perhaps you will get more than the 6 months we got out of him in 3 years but I doubt it.
gooner303
13/08/2011 13:14:00
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why is it every time an Arsenal player leaves the Emirates he will/ is only going for the money, or not that good a player? we all know Nasri is/can be a world beater no matter what team he plays for,will the same 'fans' be saying the 'darling' of the Emirates Cesc Fabregas is now just an overrated plyer for going Back to Barca? Ass-hole fans stfu, they are gong deal with it.......
cityman51
13/08/2011 13:22:00
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Wenger must be doing cartwheels at selling a player whose value is rapidly approaching 0 for 22m
Ghentis
13/08/2011 13:26:00
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