Arsenal To Make Samir Nasri One Of Their Top Earners

Chris Wright

7th, December 2010


By Chris Wright

Samir Nasri: A ‘special’ player

Just a quickie to let y’all know that, according to the Guardian, Arsenal are preparing to move their l’il midfield lesbian Samir Nasri into the same pay-bracket as Robin Van Persie, Andrei Arshavin and captain Cesc Fabregas by offering the in-form Frenchman a new £80,000-a-week contract.

It’s widely thought that Nasri, coupled with the aforementioned salary hike, will be offered (and duly sign) a three-year extension to his contract at the Emirates which currently expires in the summer of 2012.

That’s got to be good news, no?

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  1. Ashley says:

    He has been outstanding this year. I am starting to believe that along with Wilshere, Ramsey and Diaby we are strong enough to lose fabregas in the summer. Wenger could then spend the cash on a striker and a keeper.

    Nasri really is a joy to watch

  2. Michael says:

    LOL, Diaby! This guy has no future. I prefer watching Jack & Ramsey any day

  3. SF says:

    His goal celebrations remind me of a new born hatchling waiting to be fed. (With undertones of black market watersports videos…)

  4. Tom says:

    I hope this will lock him down for a bit, at least keep the fat checkbooks from sniffing around. If/When Fabregas leaves, I can see him being the next young leader of this club.

  5. Ace says:

    Having watched him since he came up to the first team, Nasri is a much more confident and skilled player than he was before. He’s gained the killer instinct that Arsenal has so direly needed in its front players.

    That game this weekend is proof positive that the pay rate is warranted. The young kids took some time, but they’ve come up well. Nasri has become a top-flight player and shown all the gooners around the world that the gunners will be fine when Cesc (inevitably; I mean, we are talking about Arsenal after all) leaves.

  6. bruce says:

    nasri is sooo sikk this season, but i think him becoming captain wen cesc leaves will burden him. i think the only leader we have is vermaelen and possibly rvp (but he is injured wayy too much :/)

  7. Whosyadaddy says:

    SF, that says more about your viewing habits than Nasri’s celebrations!

  8. Ala says:

    He could join Ben Foster as a player who looks a bit…special.

  9. adan=m says:

    One of Arsenals highest payed players… still does not get as much money such as players like O’shea, Milner and SWP lol no wonder Arsenal loose all their players.

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