PSG May Make Move for Manchester City’s Nasri, Daily Mail Says

Paris Saint-Germain may make a move for Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri, the Daily Mail reported.

Nasri’s future at City is uncertain after manager Roberto Mancini criticized him in the press last week, comments which angered the French national team player, the Mail said.

PSG sporting director Leonardo tried to sign Nasri when he left Arsenal for City in 2011 and the Ligue One leader will revive its interest after the season with Nasri said to be “more than open” to a move, the newspaper said.

Nasri is making 170,000 pounds ($256,000) per week at City, which would look to recoup as much of the 24 million pounds it paid Arsenal, the Mail said.

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