French midfielder Samir Nasri has left Spanish La Liga side Sevilla with his season-long loan spell having come to an end this summer.
The 30-year-old Manchester City player is not expected to return into the team however given the fact he does not feature in Pep Guardiola’s plans and the Frenchman is currently in the process of searching for the new surroundings.
Samir Nasri is not short of options, however, as several Chinese and Italian sides are thought to have expressed interest in his services.
The Frenchman is currently back at City for preseason training but is expected to resolve his future in the coming days and make a move away from Manchester again during the summer transfer window.
Having been brought to Sevilla by current AS Roma sporting director Monchi, Samir Nasri is considering moving to AS Roma who have been linked with a move for the 30-year-old.
“Monchi wanted him at Sevilla and knows him well. A city and a squad like Roma could certainly be very interesting for Nasri. That’s where the motivation comes from.”, Nasri’s agent Alain Migliaccio said.
Migliaccio confirmed China remains a possibility as well given the fact that any possible move to AS Roma would depend on possible midfield departures at the Italian side.
Giallorossi have already sold Mohamed Salah to Liverpool and Antonio Rudiger to Chelsea so are unlikely to give up on any more first-team men which can come as a blow to Nasri’s AS Roma hopes.
Nasri joined Manchester City from Arsenal in 2011 and has two Premier League titles under his belt, as well as an FA Cup trophy.
The 30-year-old signed a new five-year deal with Citizens in 2014.