Samir Nasri (31) is stepping back from football. His suspension is over and the French midfielder is negotiating his return right now. The English media have argued that Nasri is on a medical visit and will sign a contract with the Premier League club.
West Ham pays Nasri a paycheck of £ 80,000 per week, and through a short-term contract, the French still make sure that their suspension is over. The Evening Standard writes about the understanding between the two sides and the fact that Nasri is making medical visits to London clubs.
Nasri has been suspended for six months in the summer of 2017 after receiving intravenous therapy in 2016 and violates the rules of the World Anti-Doping Agency. Nasri treatment of the Sevilla season is an injecting agent that stimulates the immune system and prevents disease. He called and was punished and will return to the lawn in December.
The last game was Samar Nasri's goal in eight matches with Antalyaspor before the end of the game, scoring two goals and scoring one goal.
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