Nasri Attacks Arsenal Again

Samir Nasri has once again risked infuriating his former employers by launching a scathing attack on Arsenal.

The French midfielder who moved in the summer of 2011 from Arsenal to Manchester City has cleared that his move was not motivated by money but by the ambition of City to win trophies, something he believes was lacking at the Emirates. The 24 year old won his first Premier league champions medal last season, which he believes has vindicated his decision to quit the North London club.

Nasri said: ‘I’m glad I left because City are far more competitive and are winning titles, not dreaming about it.

‘I have said 300 times I did not leave Arsenal for money, only for sporting aspirations and if people don’t believe me that’s their problem.’

The City playmaker was booed during City’s visit to the Emirates and has surely managed to irk the Gunner fans once again with his latest comments. The Frenchman scored a goal in France’s opening Euro fixture against England which saw them manage a draw in spite of dominating the game for greater periods.


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