It was good to see Nasri in an Arsenal shirt on Saturday against Liverpool. Although the result did not go our way, Nasri put in a committed performance and I am glad the crowd were not on his back and booing him. The fact remains that he is still an Arsenal player and we are not sure if that was the last time we will see him in an Arsenal shirt or not.
Arsene Wenger believes that a move for Nasri to Manchester City is still a long way away.
“He is happy here. There is no departure of Nasri at the moment,” Wenger told French media outlet TF1.
“Maybe one day, but it’s far, far, far from being done.”
Whilst on the other hand, Manchester City manager, Roberto Mancini believes that Nasri will be a City player very soon.
“I hope we can have the player in the next days,” Mancini told Sky Sports after City’s 3-2 victory over Bolton on Sunday.
“I don’t know what’s the problem. I hope this week we can have Nasri, but don’t know when. We have 10 days to the end (of the transfer window).”
So who do you believe, Wenger or Nasri? At the end of the day, I think we all know that Nasri wants to leave Arsenal so it is only a matter of time before he leaves and joins Manchester City.