Frenchman has been on fire this season.
Big-spending Premier League outfit Manchester City are set to hand key midfielder Samir Nasri a new contract at Eastlands at the end of the season, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.
The in-form France international has been in outstanding form for the Premier League giants so far in this campaign under new City head coach Manuel Pellegrini, in sharp contrast to the previous campaign under former boss Roberto Mancini.
In total, Nasri has managed to register an eye-catching six goals and six assists in his 31 matches in all competitions for City, including an equally impressive four strikes and three assists in his 22 Premier League outings for the club.
And as a result, the mega-rich top flight outfit now want to reward the Frenchman by offering him a three-year contract extension on his current deal, which runs out on June 30 2015, with the club said to be so keen to keep Nasri in the north west that they even want the midfielder to put pen to paper on the new deal before he jets off with France to this summer’s Fifa World Cup finals in Brazil.