Wenger would let Nasri leave for nothing
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted he is prepared to see Samir Nasri leave the club on a free transfer next summer if it means getting one more year of service from the midfielder.
Frenchman Nasri only has a year left on his contract and was reportedly the subject of a £20 million offer from Manchester United earlier in the summer, a bid that was rejected by the Gunners.
"I'm willing to keep him for another year, even if it means we risk losing him for nothing in a year's time," said Wenger."I think the board agrees with me as it is a technical decision."
Manchester City are 4/6 favourites with Sky Bet to be Nasri’s club after the closing of the summer transfer window, with their cross-city rivals United offered at 7/2. A switch from North to West London in the form of a transfer to Chelsea is priced at 33/1, with the same odds available on the 24-year-old moving to Spanish giants Real Madrid.