Former France international vows not to overstay his welcome.
Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri has admitted that he will call time on his career at the club if they ever decide that it is time to move on without him, according to the Daily Mail.
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The Frenchman expressed concerns over his future before City’s 3-2 win against Bayern Munich last month, stating there would be ‘new players’ next season if the club failed to progress in the Champions League.
Nasri expressed no doubts in backing City to get the right result against Roma this week, but is apparently less sure about his own place in Manuel Pellegrini’s team.
“I do not know if I will leave the club. If they come to me and they tell me to pack my bags, I will leave.”
Looking ahead to the crunch clash with the Italians, Nasri added: “If we play our game, we will win against Roma. The greatest risk is to play with pressure and to have this apprehension.
“If we don’t ask questions, and we play our game, then we will do it. We have more qualities.
“If we are eliminated from the Champions League, this is not the fault of the coach, it is the players who are on the pitch.”
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