Samir Nasri's Manchester City future hangs in the balance, with Paris Saint-Germain lining up a summer bid for the French international, according to reports.
Nasri's lack of form has seen him become a regular benchwarmer for Roberto Mancini's side this campaign, and the 25-year-old is becoming increasingly concerned about his international prospects with next year's World Cup finals just around the corner.
Last season, Nasri played a pivotal part in the Citizens' league triumph but this season, along with many other key players, he has lost his way.
PSG have declared their interest in the former Marseille star who could see this is a chance to revive his stuttering career.
Manchester City are hoping to recoup a majority of the £24m they paid Arsenal to secure Nasri's services back in 2011.
Mancini has publicly criticised his performances this season and has regularly left him out of the starting line-up. On current form, Nasri will struggle to hold down a first-team slot at PSG with the likes of Lucas Moura, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Jeremy Menez playing a similar role, but despite their wealth of attacking options, PSG look set to press ahead with a move for the ex-Arsenal star.
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