Published: Tue, November 13, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

West Ham's move for Samir Nasri in doubt over fitness concerns

West Ham's move for Samir Nasri in doubt over fitness concerns

It was alleged Nasri received 500 millilitres of hydration in the form of sterile water containing micronutrients while on holiday in the United States of America during a time when he was playing for Sevilla, on load from Manchester City.

Nasri will sign a short-term deal worth around £80,000-a-week and his move to the London Stadium will mean a reunion with former teammate Pablo Zabaleta and former manager Manuel Pellegrini, who he played some of his best football under.

It would be a surprising move for most clubs, but West Ham's pursuit of Samir Nasri has a very familiar feel to it.

The former Manchester City and Arsenal player won the Premier League twice at the Etihad before leaving to play overseas.

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As a result, West Ham fans are expected to see the Premier League victor in a claret and blue shirt come January.

However, according to The Mirror, West Ham have not been left encouraged by the playmaker's current fitness levels and there are doubts over whether Nasri will be available to play in January.

Nasri, who made his name in England with West Ham's London rivals Arsenal after joining from Marseille, left Turkish side Antalya in January after a disappointing six-month spell following his arrival from City.

West Ham are in the market for a winger after new signing Andriy Yarmolenko was ruled out for up to six months with an achilles injury suffered against Tottenham last month.

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