Arsenal Transfer Rumours: Could Contract Rebel, Samir Nasri Leave the Club?
Samir Nasri is another player whose current contract expires next summer and recent reports show that he is not decided to commit his future to the club, something Wenger has acknowledged. While Wenger has stated that he is desperate to retain the player, Arsenal fans will want him to put ink to the paper sooner in order to squash the rising fears among supporters that the club could lose another star player.
This season we have witnessed the meteoric rise of Nasri who has performed admirably for the side, scoring an impressive 15 goals. In previous seasons he has only showed glimpses of his vast talent but it has been this season, he has truly thrived and come of his own as he made it into the PFA Team of the Year with his good performances, especially in the first half of the season.
But Arsenal’s lack of trophies has left him to ponder his future with a number of clubs ready to pounce. Bayern Munich has been heavily linked with the player but recent reports emerged that even Manchester United may attempt an audacious bid to sign the French international.
Is it a good move for the Gunners?
This move is as bad as Song leaving the club. Nasri has been one of Arsenal’s best players this season and Wenger should look to keep him at all costs. He is an integral part of the current squad and is value only increases with the potential sale of Fabregas. Nasri’s preferred position is in the centre but due to the presence of Fabregas, he has been forced to move into the wings. But if Fabregas does move away then Nasri is an ideal replacement for the position, although his style differs from Fabregas’.
Selling Fabregas is a much more ideal prospect than losing Nasri and if the Gunners do lose both, then it will mean that Arsenal will struggle to cope without two of their influential midfielders.
The positive out of this saga is that Wenger has been fairly confident of signing the player to a new contract which will undoubtedly delight the Arsenal faithful.
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