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Samir Nasri leaves Manchester City to join Antalyaspor

22 August 2017, 12:53 | Nina Perez

Nasri made 30 appearances for Sevilla on loan last season scoring three times

Samir Nasri

Speculation that Nasri could join Antalyaspor gathered pace at the weekend when the attacker was spotted boarding a flight to Turkey.

The news broadcasters report that the France worldwide is poised to put pen to paper on a two-year deal which would spell the end of his six-year tenure at the Etihad Stadium.

Samir Nasri will be remembered at the Etihad as a player who made a massive impact on their two Premier League winning campaigns of 2011/12 and 2013/14.

However, the France global struggled for first-team opportunities in recent years and was loaned out to Sevilla last season following Pep Guardiola's arrival at the Etihad.




The former French global joined City from Arsenal in 2011 and helped them win two Premier League titles and two League Cups.

Samir Nasri made 171 appearances for Manchester City in all competitions, scoring 26 goals.

'2 Pl titles, 2 League Cups, and 1 Community Shield.

Guardiola had been expected to offload Nasri this summer although he did take the volatile Frenchman on a pre-season trip to the United States. Elsewhere, Citizens misfit Samir Nasri is set for a medical with Antalyaspor.



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