$amir Na$ri sealed his move to Moneybags City today and immediately made it clear he was glad to be anywhere but North London.
Speaking to MCFC TV he said, “It’s a big relief because you know there was a long, long negotiation between the two clubs, but now, finally, I’m a City player and that’s what I wanted since the start. So I’m very happy”.
He also claimed the City fans were an influence on his decision to come to the club which is paying £200,000 a week and a £5m net signing on fee in one lump.
“Arsenal have good fans but not that passionate since they moved from Highbury to the Emirates”, he said, having never played at Highbury. “I can see that the City fans are really passionate. They’ve got tattoos with Man City and that’s what I really like”.
It’s a refreshing change to hear a player is not motivated by money but instead by a bunch of jumping, tattoo laden Oasis fans. Like this one. Arsenal supporters will be sorry that they have misjudged Nasri so badly this summer.
He also claimed to have spoken to former Arsenal players, Gael Clichy and Kolo Toure, as well as club employee Patrick Vieira, saying, “I spoke with them a lot. They called me when I was on holiday. It was important to have advice to from players who played for the club and they knew the difference between Arsenal and Man City”.
Arseblog News’ overriding memory of Nasri will be at the Reebok when he was clean through on goal when Arsenal were looking for someone to step and get their season back on track but he bottled it like Bottler O’Toole, the little boy who was made from bottles.
The chinless twat.