Official! Samir Nasri, former France midfielder Who used to be famous when playing in the Premier League, bid farewell to the player’s career. After transforming into a guru for hometown media.
Former Manchester City and Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri has officially retired from football at the age of 34. On Sunday, September 26, after becoming a player without an agency since farewell. Anderlecht Top teams in the Belgian League last year
Nasri started his career with French Ligue 1 club Olympique Marseille, before moving to Arsenal from 2008 to 2011, then joining Manchester City during the year. 2011-2017 before being sent to Sevilla on loan and then playing for Antalyaspor. West Ham United and Anderlecht Nasri is name in the PFA Team of the Year in the 2010/11 season. And has won two Premier League titles with City in the 2011/12 and 2013/14 seasons. Including a tie. France national team 41 games, scoring 5 goals between 2007-2013.
Nasri, who was banned for 18 months for violating doping rules. While playing for Sevilla, has serve as a game analyst for French newspaper Canal Plus. in this time.
Nasri retires with two Premier League titles and two domestic cups to his name, alongside 41 France caps. But his career will always be taint by a series of unfortunate events that led to a premature retirement.