Former Arsenal star commits his future to Man City until the summer of 2019.
French midfielder Samir Nasri has put pen to paper on a new five-year contract at Manchester City.
Nasri was one of City’s star performers last season, scoring eight goals and providing 11 assists in 41 matches in the Premier League and Champions League.
The 27-year-old has won the Premier League twice since moving to the Etihad Stadium from Arsenal in a £24m deal in August 2011.
Nasri, who also won the 2013-14 League Cup with City, will hoping to add more titles to his list of honours, having committed his future to his current employers until June 2019.
Speaking to City’s official club website, Nasri said that he was “really happy” to be extending his stay with City.
He added that he loves living in Manchester and that he hopes to give City the best years of his career.
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Nasri and City begin the new season by taking on FA Cup winners Arsenal in the Community Shield on August 10.
The defence of their Premier League title then gets underway with a trip to Newcastle United a week later.