Poll Results: Wenger…. Give Nasri Whatever He Wants!

By on June 17, 2011

A few days ago, I asked this question to fellow Gooners…. Should Wenger give in to Nasri’s demands? I asked this question due to the continuous speculation and rumors that Samir Nasri, is considering leaving the Gunners and is asking for a huge pay rise and wage packet (reports range it from 110,000-160,000 pounds) in order to stay. Here are the results, very intriguing and quite surprising.

Do you think that Wenger should give in to Nasri’s wage demands?


Yes
(69%)
No
(26%)
Doesn’t matter to me
(4%)

So the majority of Gooners (69% of them), have said and voted that Wenger should give in to Nasri’s wage demands, despite the fact that he stated that he will consider joining our fierce rivals, Manchester United and for giving one good season so far. The results mean that many Gooners want Nasri to stay and that Wenger should do whatever it takes to keep him, no matter the cost.

He’s loved by many and many still believe he should be kept whatever the cost. This player, sorry to repeat it, gave one good season and who said that he will consider joining our eternal rivals and wants to be paid as much as our captain Cesc Fabregas, who has given us 8 good seasons, and as displayed by the results, many fans believe that he should be paid as much or more than him.

Despite the many reasons not to give Nasri what he wants, many want him to stay at whatever cost, showing how much he’s loved and supported. He’s going to hurt a lot of Gooners if he leaves…. including me.

What do you think? Do you think that Wenger should give in to Nasri’s demands? Should Arsenal do everything possible to keep Nasri? Please share your thoughts and opinions.

Cheers and take care,

Omar – www.o-posts.net

 

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12 Comments

  1. Jenkinson

    June 17, 2011 at 10:00 am

    It’s no wonder Britain is going bust!

  2. Paulo

    June 17, 2011 at 10:38 am

    Wenger should keep talents in the club if he wants success. Nasri is a threat to all PL Teams at the moment– why let him go?

  3. George-Greece

    June 17, 2011 at 10:38 am

    Don’ t pay him… I see him as an average player, give him to Inter for Eto’o. And buy Honda, who has a magical left foot, can score from freekicks, we have no good set-piece takers except RVP, who’ s injured for the half of the season…. Sell the primadona

  4. drew10

    June 17, 2011 at 10:44 am

    I think it is immoral what footballers earn already and to advocate giving players whatever they want is appaling when people are starving in the world. These arseholes need to wake up and live in the real world. As an example if we offered Nasri 160,000 per week he would earn in 1 week what it would take me nearly 9 years to earn. It is disgusting especially as we scrape together money to go and watch these people play. Then they have the blind cheek to whore themselves to our rivals (if true)makes me sick!

  5. Henry XIV

    June 17, 2011 at 10:52 am

    Ridiculous. If that’s the case, then the manager is no longer in control, the agents and players are.

    Nasri had an outstanding start to the season, but no way should we bend backwards for him by paying him as much as our captain.

    I am so disappointed in Nasri. If he wants to hold us to ransom, SELL HIM and show Europe that the club is in charge, not the players.

    Just don’t sell him to MU/Chelsea etc..

  6. nicky

    June 17, 2011 at 11:02 am

    I think Arsenal should consider Nasri’s demands as favourably as possible but WITHIN the Club’s present wage structure. Otherwise, bedlam will result with other players wanting THEIR contracts re-negotiated, disharmony in the dressing room and anarchy on the horizon.

  7. logan

    June 17, 2011 at 11:05 am

    give him more so he doesnt even consider losing…

  8. logan

    June 17, 2011 at 11:06 am

    give him more so he doesnt even consider leaving…

  9. Dan

    June 17, 2011 at 11:06 am

    It’s not just about giving Nasri what he wants, It’s also about what is best financially for the club. If Nasri gets paid an extra £30000 a week then this is 1.5mil a year more. Singning a 4 year deal adds 3 years onto his contract, so an additonal 4.5mil in wages.
    If he left now we would get in the region of 15mil for him. So this effectively gives us in the region of 20mil to spend to attempt to get a player of Nasris quality on the wage he is currently on.
    Given that Henderson went for 20mil(who isn’t even close to the quality of Nasri) this is virtually impossible. The only way this would be possible is buying an unproven talent, and this season is not the season for experimenting.
    Even if we resigned him just to sell him next year then his value will go up by at least 10 million because of the length of his contract (assuming he continues or improves on the form of last season).

  10. cin

    June 17, 2011 at 11:13 am

    AW should keep nasri at any cost.
    And he can sell Fab with 30M. I don’t think Barcelona will come with better offer for Fab.

    They already have best mid in the world. Then Y they need to pay crazy money for Fab now. And they have 420M debt.

  11. graham

    June 17, 2011 at 12:27 pm

    nasri at 23 has the tallent skill to be up there with the best in the world in future ars weaknesses being sorted core of team must be kept all to come

  12. habtamu nebere

    June 17, 2011 at 1:59 pm

    wenger should add salary to nasri and not to that amount he wants. Nasri! I think you will be effective with arsenal and stay there.

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