Samir Nasri has given the clearest indication yet that he’ll be staying at Arsenal this summer, telling French TV that he ‘believes’ in Arsene Wenger’s project.
The France international, who has enjoyed a fantastic campaign in north London, is out of contract at the end of next season.
With 15 goals to his name this season, Nasri is already the subject of interest from several European powerhouses including Barcelona, but the 23-year-old has told reporters that he’s now ready to ‘sit down and talk it through’ as the season has come to an end.
French journalist Matt Spiro published Nasri’s comments on Twitter, which were originally taken from an interview with Canal Plus.
“Arsene Wenger played a big role in me coming here. I believe in the project. We’ll sit down and talk it through [contract negotiations].”
Meanwhile, while his Arsenal team-mates played out a 2-2 draw at Fulham yesterday, Cesc Fabregas was in Barcelona to watch the Spanish Grand Prix with friends. The Arsenal skipper was given permission by Arsene Wenger to attend, although it has prompted many supporters to question the Spaniard’s committment.
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