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Laurent Blanc critical of Samir Nasri performance for France

France coach Laurent Blanc hailed the contribution of Marvin Martin after last night's 1-1 friendly draw with Chile, but felt Samir Nasri "has the ability to do better".

Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri included in Arsenal Champions League squad

Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri have been included in Arsenal's Champions League squad for their play-off round tie with Udinese.

Manchester City hope to have Samir Nasri deal tied up by weekend

Arsenal midfielder on brink of move to Manchester while Evra dismisses challenge of neighbours

Patrice Evra warns Samir Nasri over proposed Manchester City transfer

Patrice Evra has told his France team-mate Samir Nasri he must join Manchester United if he is to win the trophies he craves.

Arsenal can replace Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri says Gervinho

New Arsenal forward Gervinho maintains the club will move on should they not be able to keep hold of wantaway captain Cesc Fabregas and contract rebel Samir Nasri.

Guardiola joins Barcelona's public chorus over Fabregas

Manager risks angering Wenger by saying clubs are in talks over midfielder's transfer

Samir Nasri impresses in Arsenal friendly win

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Cesc Fabregas 'suffering' over proposed Barcelona switch says Xavi

Barcelona midfielder Xavi has revealed Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas told him he was "suffering" because of his desire to join the Catalan club.

Ferguson plays mind games over Nasri move

Sir Alex Ferguson exerted subtle pressure on Arsène Wenger over the attempted purchase of Samir Nasri late last night in what appeared to be one last attempt to revive his fading hopes of signing the player.

Ian Herbert: Transfer talk getting you down? Then it's time to go for a long ramble online

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Wenger losing fight to keep Fabregas and Nasri

The Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger yesterday assured supporters he will fight to keep both Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri at the club but significantly stopped short of promising the pair would not be leaving the Emirates this summer.

Arsenal left in no doubt about Nasri's strong desire to leave

Midfielder determined to force £25m move to United in pursuit of silverware

Unrelenting hunger for success sees Ferguson set the early running

United's summer spending spree reveals manager was not fooled by title triumph

Savic's 'dream comes true' with £6m City move

England is 'place to be' says Montenegrin excited to be united with fellow Balkans players, Kolarov and Dzeko

Tim Payton: Two billionaires, no buys: Arsenal must smarten up

Three weeks ago fans attending the Arsenal Supporters' Trust Q&A with club chief executive Ivan Gazidis were promised a busy summer of transfers to strengthen the first-team squad.

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