Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri has claimed he will leave the club should they want to sell him as he becomes increasingly concerned over his future, according to the Daily
The France ace has been in good form so far this term and helped his side to an important win over Everton at the weekend – closing the gap to leaders Chelsea to just three points.
It was the perfect way to prepare for their crunch Champions League clash with Roma, which they must win in order to progress to the knock out stages of the competition.
CSKA Moscow must not triumph against group toppers Bayern Munich in Germany in order for City to qualify, although they can qualify with a draw if CSKA lose.
Nasri expressed concerns over his future at the Etihad following City’s own win against the German Champions after he stated he could see new players arriving at the club if their current playing staff were unable to get out of the group stages.
And the former French international has reiterated his views ahead of their trip to Italy this week – but did back his team mates to do the business against Roma.
He said: “I do not know if I will leave the club. If they come to me and they tell me to pack my bags, I will leave.”
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