AC Milan Preparing Huge Bid For Arsenal Ace

By on April 4, 2011

If rumours are true, AC Milan are preparing a massive bid for Arsenal’s French International Samir Nasri. Nasri still hasn’t signed a long term contract with the gunners, so he might be open to offers.

AC Milan are reportedly interested in signing Arsenal winger Sami Nasri and are looking to make an offer for the French international. Arsene Wenger is unlikely to take any offers for the 23 year old but according to reports emerging from Italy, Massimiliano Allegri is keen on the former Marseille man and will look to lure the Emirates star to the San Siro this summer.

Nasri still has a refusal to extend the contract that he signed in 2008 when he joined the Gunners, thus making the Emirates outfit in some ways likely to lose their talented Frenchman. Arsenal are already in a transfer battle with Barcelona over their captain Fabregas, and another departure would hugely weaken the club.

The task of keeping big players over the years for Arsenal has been made problematic through the lack of silverware that has been won at the club. This year, Arsenal reached the League Cup final, the FA Cup quarter finals and the Champions League round of 16, only to be eliminated. Arsenal’s hope remains with the Premier League, which they are currently second in.

Allegri is looking to freshen up his attack and has earmarked a move for Nasri who has arguably been Arsenal’s most outstanding player this season.

Submitted by Two Liverpool Fans

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10 Comments

  1. Dom

    April 4, 2011 at 9:41 am

    er…..no

  2. realistic tony

    April 4, 2011 at 10:24 am

    exactly as i predicted….the continuing depressing failure of the club to strengthen the team and therefore capitulating in all competitions, will have its consequences. Players of the quality of nasri, cesc, and van persie wont hang around whilst their careers are wasted in a team of journeymen and playing for a manager that cannot seem to purchase the quality players to compliment their ambition.
    It can be a downward spiral, as the team is disrupted and the manager by making only small “tweaks” to the squad and continuing his policy of bringing in young, inexperienced players will not remedy the situation.
    A new manager would, i believe stop the rot, convince the quality players to stay ,as its likely that any manager selected by arsenal now will have a totally different attitude to spending big money on quality players.
    A new broom would sweep clean!

  3. Goonerbeall

    April 4, 2011 at 12:14 pm

    Here we go again, Wenger icant alter his playing staff to suit the opposition. That team of Blackburn would have been dealt with using Diaby instead of Nassri. He also took ages to bring on Shamach while Ashavin should stayed and Walcott off. In any case, Diaby should been deployed together with Ashavin and Fabregasd earlier.

    Look who is one trick pony.

  4. Mick

    April 4, 2011 at 12:22 pm

    Realistic tony…. A better idea would be to keep Arsene Wenger and get rid of all the pessimistic, know it all supporters such as yourself. As for the so called stars you mention, they are as responsible, probably more responsible than the manager for going missing when the going gets tough. They, not the manager, are the ones who are failing to perform when it matters, instead of being an inspiration and setting an example to the lesser players. So if they jump ship due to lack of trophies, a situation for which they are largely responsible then good riddance would be my reaction.

    • Ollie

      April 4, 2011 at 1:52 pm

      Mick – i hear what your saying. BUT for all the good Wenger has done, he’s failed to address the really obvious problems we have. If our top players leave, its because they want to win trophys, can you really blame them for that?? if Wenger refuses to pay decent money to sign world class players, then yes we will keep ending up with the same result, top 4 finish and no trophys. Here’s a question for you – name me a team thats won something without a world class CB and world class Striker (RVP doent count because he can only play 1/3 of a season) and thats why we will never win another trophy as long as Wenger sticks with plan A. Very sad but very true.

  5. ne

    April 4, 2011 at 2:35 pm

    i have answer for your question ollie…bermingham :p hahahaha…

  6. ne

    April 4, 2011 at 2:36 pm

    oh yeah ollie, also mourinho with porto..

  7. Mauritian Gunner

    April 4, 2011 at 3:11 pm

    this season wenger tactical decision has been poor when diaby get sent off at 4-0 he should have removed a forward to streghen the midfield the blackburn match also was poor why play 4 defender when rovers were at 10 and the back

  8. Jaymin

    April 5, 2011 at 4:48 am

    If Nasri leaves us it is only for Real Madrid, or Barcelona. I think Madrid is in his future, as he’ll want to emulate Zidane’s trajectory. But I think we keep him for 5 more seasons before that.

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