Samir Nasri appears to be on his way out of Manchester City as Pep Guardiola’s clean-out continues.
Nasri is currently in the process of leaving Manchester City on a season-long loan with Turkish club Besiktas. Reportedly, Besiktas will pay 60% of Nasri’s €100,000 per week wages.
Since joining City in 2011, Nasri has played 128 games for Manchester City. However, he’s struggled to gain first-team opportunities over the pst two years, making just 13 appearances last season.
Deal reached for Samir Nasri to move to Besiktas. The two clubs have agreed to split his wages.
— Dean Jones (@DeanJonesBR) August 25, 2016
Pep doesn’t look like he’s messing about this transfer window. Longtime goal-keeper Joe Hart has also felt the full force of Guardiola’s axe and is expected to be leaving the club before the summer transfer window closes.