Former France midfielder Samir Nasri said on Tuesday he is joining former Manchester City teammate Vincent Kompany at Anderlecht to "be an e...
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West Ham have completed their first signing of the transfer window, bringing Samir Nasri in on a free transfer.
Samir Nasri is training with West Ham but must prove to Manuel Pellegrini that his physical condition is good enough before earning a deal.
Pablo Zabaleta believes the addition of his former Manchester City team-mate Samir Nasri would be a huge boost to West Ham.
Samir Nasri is closing in on a return to football after an 18-month doping ban, and he is building up his fitness at West Ham.
Carlton Cole said Samir Nasri would make a "great addition" to West Ham, while backing the club to keep hold of Marko Arnautovic.
Former West Ham star Carlton Cole believes Samir Nasri would be a great signing for the 'Hammers' and would bring "something different" to the side.
West Ham have given the Frenchman until the turn of the year to prove his fitness and earn a contract with the club.
Samir Nasri's proposed move to West Ham is reportedly in doubt after concerns over the player's fitness.
Samir Nasri is in line to rejoin Manuel Pellegrini at West Ham when his doping suspension ends, the London Evening Standard reported Monday.
West Ham "are considering a move" for Samir Nasri after the completion of his drugs ban last week. The former France international, 31, is searching for a new club
In a shock development Everton boss Marco Silva is considering a move for former Arsenal and Manchester City attacking midfielder Samir Nasri.
UEFA extended former France international Samir Nasri's doping ban from six to 18 months on Wednesday over the intravenous drip treatment he received at a Los Angeles clinic in 2016.
The animosity between Frimpong, who is currently at Ermis Aradippou, and Nasri stems from an incident during the 2011-2012 season.
Following claims from his lawyer over the weekend, UEFA have confirmed that Samir Nasri has been handed a six month ban due to an intravenous drip treatment he received whilst on holiday in the US.
According to the 'Telegraph', Samir Nasri's lawyer has revealed that the player has been handed a six month sentence by UEFA, but has avoided a longer sentence - a punishment as long as four years had been mooted.
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