Samir Nasri has refused to commit his future to Arsenal amid rumoured interest from English Premier League rivals Manchester United.Nasri has one year left on his contract at the Emirates but can force his way out of north London early if he opts not to sign a new deal.
In that event, Gunners boss Arsene Wenger will be forced to cash in on the midfielder in the July transfer window or risk losing him on a free transfer the following year.
With no shortage of suitors – he has reportedly attracted interest from United, Manchester City and Real Madrid – Nasri is in no rush to decide on his future.
The France international, who will line up with Les Bleus in friendlies against Ukraine on Monday and Poland on Thursday, said all contract discussions were off until after those matches.
“I don’t know if I will sign a new contract,” Nasri told TF1’s Telefoot in France.
“Anyway, the discussions are ongoing. For the moment, I don’t think about this. We will speak about it after the match with Poland.”
”Do I want to go to Man United? First, we should see if it’s real and if it is concrete.”
Wenger could be in for a busy transfer window, with Cesc Fabregas and Andrey Arshavin also expected to attract interest from rival clubs.