Samir Nasri (on loan at Sevilla)

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  1. FCBarca

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    The irony of two Premiership players at the center of a ridiculous exchange - BT loved to characterize it as clever on the Leicester player yet when it happens in Spain, it's cheating. Vardy manipulated the situation and a player who is easy to unsettle in Nasri, not the first time he has shown poor composure.
     
  2. Blue warrior

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    Men reporting he's sold his house so looks like he's deffo not coming back expected tbh.
     
  3. karen7

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    Sevilla will pass on their option to sign Samir Nasri (29) from Manchester City after an alarming drop in form recently. [Mundo Deportivo]

    City want €24m (£20.3m) for Nasri, a fee considered too much for Sevilla, and his future is likely to be elsewhere. [Mundo Deportivo]
     
  4. MeatHunterrr

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    another loan beckons. Not surprising Nasri couldn't keep his form up. Inconsistent as always.
     
  5. Gaudion M

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    Hardly surprising after his handbags incident with Jamie Vardy. I think that is the least professional thing I have ever seen a footballer do. Most players wait for the game to stop before starting a fight, to start one while the game is ongoing, your own team has the ball and is attacking and in desperate need of a goal is mind bogglingly stupid. I would take whatever we can get.
     
  6. dave_blue12

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    When he left us he was probably in the best physical shape he has ever been in and with his talent it made a formidable player.

    He got injured and put on weight and is now a shadow of the player that started the season.

    The guy is a self destructive knob !
     
  7. karen7

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    Sevilla are struggling to convince Manchester City to lower the £16m asking price they have set for Samir Nasri (29). [Estadio Deportivo]

    City have no intention of loaning Nasri out again and want to sell him, which could mean lowering the price because of his huge salary. [ED]
     
  8. Murph

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    Those Two sentences are contradictory.

    I reckon most of our senior players on loan will go on the cheap anyway. Can't see clubs banging our door down for any of them at decent money.
     
  9. Xhavenjoe

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    Pity he wasn't playing today.He is our only back up to Silva
     
  10. mosssideblue

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    I would agree but only if the right Samir rocked up
     
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