Samir Nasri is seemingly unlikely to sign a new contract with West Ham United, according to Claret & Hugh.
The attacker has not appeared since the clash with Huddersfield Town in the middle of March, however, and is currently sidelined through injury.
There is no question that the 31-year-old is a talent, but it does seem that the Frenchman will leave the London Stadium when his contract expires.
The West Ham fans have been on social media commenting on the situation.
And it certainly seems that the majority are in agreement with their club when it comes to the 5 ft 9 ace’s future.
The indoor football skills in the video below have to be seen to be believed…
Nasri would likely command big wages if he were to sign a long-term deal with the Hammers, which would be a huge risk considering his fitness problems.
A selection of the latest Twitter reaction can be viewed below:
For a change, we’ve done this the right way. He’s been quality when he’s been on the pitch but fitness has been a problem so another deal could be a mistake. Would rather see a less talented player that remained fit. Tbf to Nasri, he had been out of action for some time
— Russell Kirby (@rustyk1971) April 24, 2019
Need to ship him out along with Carroll and Wilshere!
Can no longer afford high earning injury prone liabilities just because they MAY play well in a couple of games each season.
Good clear out needed in summer!
— ⚒Rod⚒ (@bubblemaster3) April 24, 2019
Too old too injury prone
Need younger Players
— hammerhead (@larryberyl) April 24, 2019
He was necessary when Lanzini was out. With Lanzini back, Wilshire an option and Holland on the fringes, we don’t need him next season.
— ⚒️Dave the Machine (@Dave_themachine) April 24, 2019
Unfortunately Nasri isn’t the answer for West Ham , we need a midfielder we can rely on
— Peter Crowe (@petercrowe511) April 24, 2019
When you say successive game, do you mean successive games that he has been unavailable for selection? Undoubtedly a talent but we need someone who can actually play a run of games
— Dave Franklin (@david_franklin8) 25 April 2019