Arsenal Ready To Cash In On Nasri

By on June 6, 2011

Arsenal chief Arsene Wenger is preparing to sell contract rebel Samir Nasri. The 23-year old only has a year left on his current contract at the North London club and reports suggest talks have broken down between the club and player.

Nasri has confirmed he is interested in a move to Premiership rivals Manchester United, but Wenger will not sell him to another team in England.

Wenger failed to secure the services of Mathieu Flamini 3 years ago, leaving the defensive midfielder to leave for free to Italian giants AC Milan.

But the Sunday Mirror reports that Wenger is keen to avoid the same mistake and will sell the winger to Real Madrid FOR a fee around £10million.

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8 Comments

  1. Bergkamp10

    June 6, 2011 at 10:04 am

    In my opinion if Nasri leaves it will not be to United. Maybe Inter or Milan, but definately not to another EPL club. Personally i think if Wenger can’t extend Nasri’s contract then he should consider a straight swap Nasri for Sneijder. that would be awesome for both clubs!

  2. Phil23

    June 6, 2011 at 10:08 am

    Snieder was an ass to Van Persie throughout the world cup. Eto’o would be better for us or Maicon maybe Lucio but not Snieder…

  3. Daniel Marino

    June 6, 2011 at 10:12 am

    If Cesc leaves, no problem pay Nasri 100 to 110K. But it seems Arsen is annoyed as he sees Nasri as his young son.

    I am sure he will sell him to Barca or madrid or Inter milan.

    But He must stay paying him the money.

  4. denx

    June 6, 2011 at 10:28 am

    ok… if the “rebel” boy want to leave.. Sell him. but not to United.

    Sell to Spanish league..

  5. chinext14

    June 6, 2011 at 11:03 am

    let fabregas go,increase nasri’s pay,get quality signings.

  6. Agbonghai chinedu

    June 6, 2011 at 11:09 am

    fabregas has demonstrated both on and off the pitch that he wants to leave.so what the heck; sell him,get good players and give nasri what he wants.he(nasri)deserves it.

  7. nicky

    June 6, 2011 at 11:25 am

    If Nasri’s demands adversely affect the wage structure, then he must go. No player can disrupt what has been set up throughout the Club.
    He won’t go to a Club in the UK, however.
    Get what we can either in cash or a part-exchange deal. Soldier on.

  8. Salim

    June 6, 2011 at 12:24 pm

    Nasri is good player no doubt of that but now he give us (Arsenal fans) exactly what is going on in our beloved team, nasri is the one of thoose troble maker at our club.
    1, he have no royalety in Arsenal (acording to his coment)
    2, he did not make any speach with his captain one years (Gallas) he was a reson of the team to fail in that year. Gallas he bust saying the player was small them him he did not respect a captain and never wanna leasen to him with out name who was the player up to now but now we get it in black and white.
    Mr Wenger sell Nasri to Spain, Italy or Germany and us fans we will pray so hard for him to bef….k up then flamin and adebayou. My Words to nasri “you deserve my toilet shoose in ur face”

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