Emirates star sits down with boss to head off interest from Old Trafford.
Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri will hold talks with manager Arsene Wenger about signing a new long-term contract.
The 23-year-old’s current deal expires in 12 months and has been heavily linked with moves to Manchester United and Inter Milan.
But Wenger is adamant he wants to keep the French international in North London and does not want to sell him to a Premier League rival.
Reports have emerged of contract negotiations breaking down as Nasri waits on marquee signings and is demanding pay parity with captain Cesc Fabregas.
The Spaniard is on £110,000-a-week but Nasri has only been offered £90,000 and this is when talks broke down.
But Nasri’s representative Alain Migliaccio claims negotiations are ongoing and expects the player to meet with Wenger in the near future and distanced his client from rumours of an Emirates exit.
“I want to clarify that there has been no break with the Gunners over the contract’s renewal and we should meet again soon with Arsene Wenger,” he told calciomercatoweb.
“There are a few clubs interested in Samir, but it is useless to name them.
“Before listening to other teams, we need and we want to talk with Arsenal.”