Italians keep tabs on winger.
Serie A champions Juventus are said to be keeping a close watch on Man City ace Samir Nasri with the view to making a move for him during the summer transfer window, according to Sports Direct News.
Read More Manchester City FC News
The Turin-based giants are said to be keen to add some more options to their wide positions at the end of the season having missed out on the likes of Mohamed Salah and Jeremy Menez over the new year, and they are apparently already planning for the money they would receive for Paul Pogba, should they eventually decide to let him go.
Nasri is due to begin talks over a fresh deal at the Etihad, but the Italians are keeping a close watch on proceedings and will be ready to pounce if there are any prospective bumps in the road, especially as his current deal expires in 2015.
The France international was hailed as a waste of money during his first season with the Citizens, but under Manuel Pellegrini he has undergone a huge transformation and has seen his form hailed as being back to his best.
City could still be open to selling the 26-year-old if they cannot reach an agreement over an extended deal, but Juve have been billed as the first in the queue for his signature.