Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri has spent the last four seasons of his career with the Citizens, and he insists that he will remain at the Etihad Stadium.
Reports surfaced that Nasri was considering a return to Arsenal, whom he had played four seasons with before transferring to Man City.
Nasri took to his Twitter account to shoot down these rumours, insisting that he is happy with his current place in his career.
Never asked anyone to comeback!! Really happy where i am right now so stop with your silly story
— Samir Nasri Official (@SamNasri19) July 4, 2015
It’s hard to argue with this claim, as Man City have won two Premier League titles with Nasri as a primary contributor during those runs.
However, the French international found himself in a reduced role last season, as he made just 21 appearances while scoring only two goals.
Manager Manuel Pellegrini’s tactics were reported to have not suited Nasri well, according to The Express.
This likely fueled the rumors of him going back to the Emirates.
He scored seven goals in the 2013-14 season though, which was when Man City last won the title.
The Citizens have finished in the top two in each of the last four seasons.