The French winger is a free agent after serving a medicine ban, and Manuel Pellegrini is determined to bolster his injury-hit squad
West Ham are contemplating a shock move to signal former Arsenal and Manchester City winger Samir Nasri, in line with reviews.
Nasri is a free agent after serving an 18-month medication ban, and the Hammers are reportedly eager to carry the Frenchman again to the Premier League.
Everton have additionally been linked with an curiosity within the midfielder, who is just not a well-liked determine at former membership Arsenal after he pressured his method out of the membership to hitch rivals Man City.
The 31-year-old received two Premier League titles throughout his profession with the Blues and, in line with the Daily Mirror, supervisor Manuel Pellegrini is eager to carry his expertise to the London Stadium.
Pellegrini is on the hunt for reinforcements when the January switch window opens to bolster his injury-hit squad.
The West Ham boss is at the moment with out the likes of Manuel Lanzini, Andriy Yarmolenko, Carlos Sanches and Jack Wilshere.
And these accidents have had a an enormous impact on the membership’s early season type, having claimed simply three wins from 11 video games, and Pellegrini desires to additional enhance his squad within the New Year to make sure they’re effectively away from a relegation battle.
Controversial star Nasri has a historical past of upsetting followers and team-mates along with his behaviour, having first fallen out with Arsenal supporters when he left to hitch mega-rich Man City in 2011.
He received two Premier League titles and the League Cup in 5 seasons on the Etihad, earlier than falling out of favour and spending a 12 months on mortgage with Sevilla.
He then signed completely for Turkish outfit Antalyaspor in 2017, however he ended up making solely eight appearances, scoring twice, earlier than mutually terminating his contract in January.
Then, in February, he was hit with an preliminary six-month ban, which was later prolonged to 18-months, for breaking anti-doping guidelines by receiving an intravenous drip in 2016.