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Samir Nasri will not travel to Italy on Tuesday for Arsenal's pivotal Champions League play-off second-leg tie against Udinese, after telling Arsène Wenger that he did not want to become cup-tied in Europe and see his proposed £22m transfer to Manchester City put in jeopardy.Wenger has been forced to accept Nasri's wishes and he has omitted him from the squad, despite his insistence at the weekend that he was ready and willing to select the midfielder for Wednesday's game as the most important thing was to qualify for the group phase of Europe's elite competition. Arsenal lead 1-0 from the first leg at the Emirates last Tuesday.Nasri has had his head turned by City and his desire to complete the transfer has only intensified since the weekend, when he played in Arsenal's dispiriting 2-0 home defeat by Liverpool on Saturday and City won 3-2 at Bolton Wanderers on Sunday to make it six points from an available six.It has been well documented that Nasri stands to earn much more money at City; he has turned down fresh terms of £90,000 a week at Arsenal and he could earn almost double that at City but he believes that his chances of winning trophies are better served by the move. The 24-year-old is also keen to enjoy a successful season with an eye on the European Championship with France at the end of it.Roberto Mancini, the City manager, who has made it clear that he has been unhappy at the delay in securing Nasri's signature, said after the Bolton game that, if Wenger played him against Udinese and, in the process, made him ineligible to play for City in the Champions League, then the deal would be off. Nasri, who did not play in the first leg because of a one-match ban that carried over from last season, was alarmed at Mancini's stance.Wenger's selection of Nasri against Liverpool had been a surprise but it illustrated the manager's determination to keep hold of the player, who has developed into one of the club's stars since his £15.8m arrival from Marseille in the summer of 2008. The Emirates crowd got behind Nasri against Liverpool, applauding him warmly when he went to take an early corner and chorusing his name later in the game.Wenger had said at the beginning of Arsenal's pre-season tour of east Asia that he was so desperate to retain Nasri for one more season that he would be prepared to lose him as a free agent at the end of it, when his contract expired and, in the process, write off a massive transfer fee. Nasri has made it clear that he will not sign a new deal at Arsenal.Nasri had told team-mates that he was relaxed about whether he stayed or departed this summer but his wish to leave has become concrete in recent weeks and, moreover, the Arsenal board have told Wenger that they will not write off such a huge loss on the player.The transfer has been close for some days, only to be held up by the fine details, chief among them the payments that are owed to the various agents and lawyers involved. Nasri's non-appearance in Italy will ensure that it remains likely to be completed.istockphoto_11744372-unhappy-rich-old-man-with-cigar.jpg

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I swear we're still paying his wages.So how can this c*nt decide which games he's playing.

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Can't blame him doubling his wages. Should have been over a long time ago.

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wenger should select him and cup tie him in the processa bawse don wouldve done this

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wenger should select him and cup tie him in the processa bawse don wouldve done this
He'd effectively screw the club out of £20 million +/Can you blame him for leaving right now?
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Let him go for the fee City are offering.Wenger hopefully spends that money on Hazard who is four years younger also a better and complete footballer than Nasri in terms of dribbling/vision.

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Nasri is a c*nt but I can't blame him and I never had for leaving for better money.Said countless times football is just a job to these man, and like any job you go where you can get the paid the most, if that also includes working for a company on the up and with better prospects then that's just added incentive to move.We should have offered Nasri the P long before it came for this.

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You think it's simply a case of money?

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C'mon now the money is nice but its deeper than that, City are virtually serious domestic and European contendersMuch better positioned than we are and probably will be for a long time

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Man City can offer more money, more chance of silverware and more chance of reaching the top so unless the player is Arsenal through and through you can't blame him leaving.

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You think it's simply a case of money?
No I said in a different thread Nasri wouldn't sign a contract now no matter what was put in front of him. I also said to keep your star players you need to be doing one of three things. Winning , paying big wages or showing ambition in the transfer market. When your not doing either don't expect your star performers to stay around when the teams doing one of those three things comes knocking at the door.People who say Nasri's motives are PURELY money are in serial denial.
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dont even know how nasri is getting into the team tbh

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You think it's simply a case of money?
No I said in a different thread Nasri wouldn't sign a contract now no matter what was put in front of him. I also said to keep your star players you need to be doing one of three things. Winning , paying big wages or showing ambition in the transfer market. When your not doing either don't expect your star performers to stay around when the teams doing one of those three things comes knocking at the door.People who say Nasri's motives are PURELY money are in serial denial.
It's probably not just money but when you have £180,000 every week... warms the bench on those cold evenings in Manchester.
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You think it's simply a case of money?
No I said in a different thread Nasri wouldn't sign a contract now no matter what was put in front of him. I also said to keep your star players you need to be doing one of three things. Winning , paying big wages or showing ambition in the transfer market. When your not doing either don't expect your star performers to stay around when the teams doing one of those three things comes knocking at the door.People who say Nasri's motives are PURELY money are in serial denial.
It's probably not just money but when you have £180,000 every week... warms the bench on those cold evenings in Manchester.
Being part of a squad and winning honours>>>>>>>>____________________________________>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Playing every game and coming away with nothing
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Arsenal can confirm that they have agreed terms for Samir Nasri to move to Manchester City.The 24-year-old midfielder, who has spent three years with the Gunners, has been omitted from Arsenal's squad which flies to Udinese this afternoon and instead will travel north for a medical. The move will be subject to Nasri passing a medical and formal registration processes.
And he's gone
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tbh if i was nasri i wud of gone aswell never forget this goal, f*ckED 215579_o.gif

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did he spray up the crowd after thatthe brace against fulham >>tripping up barton >>great player, too bad he's a c*nt

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Quality player but in the circumstances I think this was the best outcome for Arsenal.20m plus for a player who wasn't commited and who was in a position to move for nothing next season.The only thing now is for Wenger and the Board to pull their fingers out.8 days left...How did it come to this...

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Secretly burning about Nasri :(but on the real as others have said previously I really can’t fault the guyNo hard feeling from me, good luck in his future endeavours etc

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I actually rate Koscielny very highly, did everyone forget his performance against Barcelona? If we get Hazard, the Nasri situation will blow over very quickly.. wanted this guy ever since he burnt Liverpool in the Europa League few seasons ago

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How many teams play like Barce in the premiership?

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did he spray up the crowd after that
FdfFfGfGThat celebration was soo f*cked , think it may have been against Hull or United or both
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gonna be a hard few days leading up to the window

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