Samir ‘gold digger’ Nasri has admitted he is on the brink of leaving Arsenal after claiming recent events have left him “bitter and angry.”
Nasri is expected to move to Manchester City in a £22million deal in the next few days, having refused to sign a new contract at the Emirates.
The French midfielder, who was suspended for last night’s Champions League game against Udinese and not selected against Newcastle on Saturday due to ‘illness’, received obscene chants from fans after refusing to renew his contract and more interested in a move to Manchester ‘Money bags’ City to triple his current wage package.
Nasri, talking on his Facebook account, responded:
“It’s nearly done. But I will leave with bitterness and anger in my heart.
“I am proud for having played with the Gunners.
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“I’ve been very disappointed by the supporters last weekend.
“I am still an Arsenal player but I will certainly leave very soon.”
Nasri also blasted Arsenal fans on Twitter on Monday, and now the Frenchman has become public enemy number one among Arsenal fans. So when Nasri does leave will this mean that Wenger will FINALLY buy an established star? Because he’s will receive at least £50m from the sales of Fabregas & now Nasri, plus he’s spent only about £15m of his supposed £60m kitty from the start of the Summer. Will Wenger stop being stubborn? Let’s hope so because otherwise our season is going to be a short one.
Samir Nasri was quick to quell the speculation that he made comments via Facebook: T
he Frenchman later replied via Twitter: “Just to make things clear i dont have a facebook so i never said i was leaving with bitterness the guy who said that use a fake account.”