Emirates Stadium midfielder is a wanted man.
The agent of Samir Nasri admits Italian clubs are interested in the Arsenal midfielder.
Nasri is now inside the final year of his current contract and manager Arsene Wenger is pushing him to sign new terms.
Alain Miglaccio told Calciomercato.com: “Inter Milan and Juventus asked for him, AC Milan did not.
Samir Nasri is steadfastly refusing to put pen to paper on a new contract and Arsene Wenger faces a very difficult decision and one he must make his mind up about before the transfer window comes to a close. The Gunners boss can either take a gamble and hold off of accepting any concrete offers that come in for the French international, even those that come from abroad, and take the risk of losing the player for nothing, as he did with Mathieu Flamini.
Or he looks to get the best price possible for the 24 year old attacker now and then use the time he has before the window shuts, to bring in an adequate replacement.
Some sources have suggested that offers from Man United reached as much as £20m, which is a very fair price for a player who would leave for nothing in just 12 months time, but clearly Wenger is not keen on selling to a rival Premier League side.
However if a Serie A side made a similar offer, perhaps the Arsenal boss would be forced to accept. After all, how will the club’s supporters take to watching a player who has made it clear he wants to leave? What if the season starts poorly and the former Marseille man is deemed to not be pulling his weight? Then things could get a hell of a lot messier.