The City boss told Sky Sports News he hopes to sign Nasri by “the end of the month” – prompting an understandably angered reaction from the Gunners boss. Speaking at a post-match press conference following the Gunners’ 1-1 draw with Hangzhou Greentown on Saturday, the Frenchman said:
“These comments are not allowed,” he added. “They are against the basic rules of football and Roberto Mancini should be informed
“What we want is respect – we will not comment on footballers at other clubs. It’s time football in England came back within basic rules.”
Asked if he felt he had been disrespected, Wenger answered: “I cannot say otherwise. This comment is absolutely out of order.”
Good on ya Wenger, stand firm with the Nasri saga, as long as he is happy to play for Arsenal then he will be a valuable asset for us and could potentially be lethal at Man City.