City’s Nasri bid accepted

WTTGT Writer: Simon Bourne (Site Editor) – Follow Me

In the news today:

The London Evening Standard are reporting that Arsenal have accepted a bid of £22m from Manchester City for Samir Nasri.

It is commonly known that the move is nigh for Nasri, and the only issue left to resolve was how much the Frenchman would cost City.

Nasri looks set to sign a deal worth nearly £70m without signing on fees included, given his £22m fee plus a reported salary of £180,000 per week.

Reports have also arisn today that Nasri’s preferred destination would be Old Trafford and Manchester City’s rivals, Manchester United. ESPN report that the Frenchman has ‘confided in friends’ in realtion to his desire. I beg the question, who are these ‘friends’ that he has so trustingly ‘confided’ in considering the press know about it?

The saga continues…

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3 Responses to City’s Nasri bid accepted

  1. maguirejj1@yahoo.co.uk August 19, 2011 at 8:02 am #

    should of sold him in July and replced him with two or three older heads, he'll be on loan at spurs by the start of next year

  2. liverpooleco@yahoo.com August 19, 2011 at 11:00 am #

    Nasri should go and i wish him best of luck but the history is there for him about Adebayo, a prince at Arsenal now on loan all over Europe. As for Nasri, he was nobody before Arsenal but if he now feels that he needs more money which Mancity can give him, he should go in peace but i can assure him that he will be on loan by January 2012 to another club. I'm not suprised anyway, average algerian is a rebel.

  3. liverpooleco@yahoo.com August 19, 2011 at 11:02 am #

    Nasri should go and i wish him best of luck but the history is there for him about Adebayo, a prince at Arsenal now on loan all over Europe. As for Nasri, he was nobody before Arsenal but if he now feels that he needs more money which Mancity can give him, he should go in peace but i can assure him that he will be on loan by January 2012 to another club. I'm not suprised anyway, average algerian is a rebel.

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