Italian giants hope to snag £10m bargain Gunners star

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Samir Nasri will be offered a deal from Inter Milan if contract talks continue to stall with Arsenal, according to

Nasri’s contract runs out in summer 2012, and Arsenal are yet to persuade the star to commit his long term future to the London club.

And with Arsenal set to go a sixth straight year without any silverwear, speculation is growing that Nasri wants to move to a club that can provide him with the trophies that the 23-year-old is aiming for.

Inter Milan have been connected to Nasri on a few occasions in the past, with the playmaker recently telling reporters that personal accolades meant nothing to him compared to winning trophies.


"I don’t care if I’m second or even the best player in the league, I would have preferred to win the Premier League," Nasri said.

"I have won nothing since I became a professional at Marseille - I have always lost in the final or finished second in the league."

Nasri recently compared Arsenal to Inter Milan in terms of who would be better equipped to beat Barcelona, and pointed out that the quality in the Gunners’ side just wasn’t in the same league as the Italian giants.

"We must rely on our game if we want to win. We can't play another game to stop them. We are not Inter Milan," Nasri said.

"We don't have the same qualities as Inter Milan. We don't have a Walter Samuel, Marco Materazzi or Esteban Cambiasso to kick everyone."

With a free transfer looming for the star in February 2012, Nasri could be sold for £10 million over the summer if Arsenal can’t come to an agreement on a new deal.

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