“Arsenal” refused to sell the French player to “MU”

8th July, 2011 | Posted by Football Info

London football club “Arsenal” has rejected the offer of “Manchester United” on the purchase of French midfielder Samir Nasri. “Manchester” offered for the player 20 million pounds sterling (22 million Euros), but the London club felt this amount is unacceptable. This writes the British newspaper “The Guardian.”
“Arsenal” is intended to get a player for at least 25 million pounds (28 million Euros). Nasri contract ends in summer 2012, and a number of European clubs are interested in this opportunity to buy the player.
Nasri moved to the “Arsenal” from the French “Marseille” in 2008. In the Premier League of the season-2010/11, the midfielder spent 30 matches and scored 10 goals. Nasri was named the best player in France in 2010.
“Manchester United” in the summer of 2011 has already made three acquisitions. The club bought the defender Phil Jones, the midfielder Ashley Young and the goalkeeper David de Gea.

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