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Nasri Hopes Fading!

Conflicting information fills the tabloids this morning with regards to the future of Samir Nasri.

The Sun seems pretty convinced that Nasri will sign for our noisy-neighbours for a fee of 20 million very shortly.

But the Daily Mirror offers a completely different view by implying that Arsene Wenger has decreed he`s going nowhere.

But one thing is certain though, mention of a move to Old Trafford is becoming lesser of an occurrence!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 6 2011

Time: 4:45PM

Your Comments

Chelseaa's in there for him now apparently. Would like to see him sign, but I would take any established international at this rate.
rooneyisgod
He'll move abroad.
Kanchelskis
If Arsenal won't sell to us I can't imagine him selling to local rivals Chelsea nor can I imagine him wanting to strengthen City. He either signs a new contract or, like Kanchelskis said, move abroad. All Arsenal players who move abroad end up flops, perhaps Nasri should take that as an omen and either sign a new contract or run down his contract and force a move to Chelsea, City or ourselves.
TheFamousNo7
" All Arsenal players who move abroad end up flops" what are you basing this on TF7? Henry, Vieira, Flamini, Wiltord, Pires are just some examples of Arsenal players that have moved abroad and continued playing well at the highest level winning trophies along the way.
Bluedub
Henry had only 2 very good successful seasons since leaving Arsenal before being resigned to a bench role at Barca and leaving for the MLS. Flamini could've been so much more before leaving Arsenal and has since only won one Serie A title. Hleb, well even he said he shouldn't of left. Reyes thought the grass was greener and went from being one the worlds biggest prospects to one of the worlds biggest flops. Pires won nothing. The simple fact is, Arsenal players are best off staying at Arsenal.
TheFamousNo7
Sorry I don't agree at all. There's just as many examples of ex Arsenal players being a success when they left as there is examples of flops.
Bluedub
Sorry I don't agree at all. There's just as many examples of ex Arsenal players being a success when they left as there is examples of flops. Bluedub - Rubbish, there isn't plenty of examples, because if there was you would be naming them right now. Cole and Henry have done well, no one else has. Prove me wrong.
LondonGooner
If you look at my previous post LG you'll see some examples.
Bluedub
Well i think reyes also did well atleast he won d uefa cup with atletico madrid and also d super cup.......
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