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English Premier League club Manchester City are only a UEFA Champions League title away from becoming the perfectly complete club, according to the club's former player, Samir Nasri. The club, currently managed by Pep Guardiola have managed to win every single domestic title in England since the appointment of the former Bayern Munich and Barcelona manager but despite having multiple chances in the lady, they are yet to lay their hands on the UEFA Champions League crown - something that Guardiola has revealed that he would absolutely love to do before his time as City manager comes to an end.

Recently retired French player Samir Nasri has disclosed that Roberto Mancini tried to sign him when he was the Inter Milan manager. Samir Nasri said he was previously an Inter Milan target in a chat with French broadcaster Canal Plus and that present Italy senior national team manager Mancini tried to sign him from Premier League side Manchester City while he was in charge of the first team at Inter Milan.

Mancini was the Manchester City manager in between his two spells as the Nerazzuri manager. He was the man responsible for the first Premier League title at Manchester City. The title almost slipped away from him at the end of the 2011/12 season until Argentine striker Sergio Aguero intervened.

BacarySagna has revealed his admiration for Samir Nasri who was his teammate at both Arsenal and Manchester City. Samir Nasri and BacarySagna also shared the same dressing room for the French senior national team.

Sagna talked about Samir Nasri in an exclusive interview with freebets as he reminisced about his time in the Premier League. The Frenchman left Auxerre to join North London giants Arsenal in 2007 and the right-back was with the club for seven years before he left to join fellow Premier League side Manchester City. He won the 2013/14 FA Cup title during his time with the Gunners. It was his first trophy in English Football as Arsenal came back from 2-0 down to beat Hull City 3-2 at the end of extra time.

Former Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri has questioned the decision to send young French defender William Saliba on loan this season. Samir Nasri talked about 20-year-old Saliba and how he's good enough to play in the Arsenal team on Marseille's YouTube channel.

Ex-Arsenal and West Ham United midfielder Samir Nasri has given an insight into the relationship between Lionel Messi and Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola. Samir Nasri talked about Messi and Guardiola in a chat with French media outlet Canal+.
Marseille midfielder Matteo Guendouzi has backed the statement from Samir Nasri that the Arsenal fans are not passionate. The French national team player said this in his first press conference as a Marseille player this summer having joined on loan from Arsenal. Marseille signed Guendouzi on loan from the Gunners with the option to buy if certain conditions are met.

French midfielder Samir Nasriwas a regular in the French national team for a period of six years. Samir Nasriplayed for France between 2007 and 2013.

Samir Nasri was called up to the French senior national team in March 2007 by then manager Raymond Domenech ahead of the Euro 2008 qualifiers against Austria and Lithuania. Nasri was delightedwith the invitation to the national team and that it was even more satisfying that he was called up for an important qualifying match ahead of the Euro 2008 tournament. The attacking midfielder was on the bench for the Lithuania game but he was not subbed on till the end.

Brest attacking midfielder RomainFaivre has been linked with a move to the Premier League this summer according to English publication Football London. It was reported that North London giants Arsenal are eyeing a move for the Frenchman. The Gunners have a history of picking up attacking midfielders from France for knockdown fees and Favre could be the next talent to leave France for the Gunners for a moderate transfer fee.

Ex-Fiorentina, Aston Villa and Manchester City defender Micah Richards has drawn similar comparisons between Samir Nasri and Jack Grealish.
Richards said Grealish has a similar playing style to former Arsenal and Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasriwhile he was speaking on the BBC Match of the Day top 10 podcast.

Richards compared Grealish’s ability on the ball to that of Samir Nasri while he debated with fellow ex-Premier League players Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer on the greatest escapes in the history of the Premier League. Villa came into the conversation after they survived relegation on the final day of the penultimate league campaign (2019/20 season). According to Richards, Grealish was the catalyst as Villa beat the drop ahead of Bournemouth.

Former Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasriwas delighted that the Citizens booked their place in the Champions League final this season at the expense of French Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG).

Samir Nasri took to his official Twitter handle to celebrate Manchester City after the 2-0 victory over PSG in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final tie. Samir Nasri is an ex-Premier League player who featured for North London giants Arsenal and Manchester City.

Nasri was delighted with the performance ofhis former team who sealed a 4-1 aggregate victory over Mauricio Pochettino and his PSG team. Manchester City took a big step towards the Champions League final with the 2-1 away win over their French opponents in the first leg.