As if Arsenal didn’t have enough problems trying to keep skipper Cesc Fabregas at the Emirates, Samir Nasri has opened himself up to a move away from London, admitting he would be open to a move to Old Trafford should interest arise. United’s interest has yet to be confirmed, but Bayern Munich’s has not.
It has been reported that German giant’s Bayern have a warchest of £200 million at their disposal, and are set to go head to head in a bidding war for French midfielder Nasri. Munich chief’s are wanting to bring in Nasri as a replacement for fellow compatriot Franc Ribery, who is near the end of his contract. It is no secret that Arsenal need to build their squad in order to challenge United and Chelsea after crumbling to pressure in the final stretch of the English Premier League. That task will be near impossible with the wages Munich can, and will, offer Nasri.
Arsene Wegner will have a tough summer ahead with two of his biggest players linked with an exit from the Emirates. Wegner still has the support of his players, but it is no secret that Arsenal must spend big this summer if they are to sustain a challenge on the Premier League next campaign.