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21/12/2016 - 11:05 BST

Sevilla Ponder Permanent Samir Nasri Capture


Sevilla are considering their options over transforming Samir Nasri’s loan stay at the Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium into a permanent move, according to Spanish daily El Confidencial.

The Frenchman joined the Spanish outfit in the summer on a season-long loan deal and has been a key figure for the Andalusian club since his arrival.

Scoring three goals and providing an assist, Nasri has been a regular for Jorge Sampaoli’s team and after a difficult spell at Manchester City, he has started to enjoy his football again.

However, Sevilla don’t have a purchase option on Nasri and would have to negotiate a fee with Manchester City if they want to sign the Frenchman on a permanent contract.


It has been suggested that a figure of around €25m would do the trick for Sevilla and the club are now pondering over making such an offer for the 29-year-old midfielder.  

Nasri is also believed to be ready to lower his wage demands if Sevilla sign him on a permanent deal as the Frenchman feels settled at the club and wants to continue his career with them.

The midfielder is not in the long term plans of Pep Guardiola and the Manchester City boss would not be expected to create any hurdles if the club can find an agreement with Sevilla.