La Liga side Sevilla have confirmed that playmaker Samir Nasri would be available for the game against Las Palmas on Sunday after his suspension was rescinded by the governing body.
Nasri picked up another yellow card in his last game against Villarreal.
Juventus continued their brilliant form this term as they defeated Inter Milan in an entertaining derby’Italia on Sunday.
The game ended in favour of the home team 1-0 courtesy of a Juan Cuadrado effort. With the result it seems no team in the Serie A is capable of stopping the serial Seria A champions yet again. Juve seem set to cruise to another record Serie A title by May.
Speculations have it that Manchester city boss, Pep Guardiola seeks an entrance for the Barcelona star, Lionel Messi into the current crop of talents at the Etihad.
There have been uncertainties over the Argentina international’s contract state at the Barcelona which has resulted to an inconclusive decision if the player will move from the club.
Samir Nasri's parent club Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has stated that he is pleased with the way his team beat Arsenal, even if they have stuttered in their last match against Everton.
He admitted that his team started the game poorly and was vulnerable to counter-attack early on. However, they improved as the match went on and gradually took control of the game. This is something he hopes they can build on as they look to bounce back from defeat.
Former Arsenal midfielder has stated that Arsene Wenger has been instrumental in his career.
He said that he has always considered the French manager as a role model and that he has had a major impact on his career.
Samir Nasr, who had previously played for both Arsenal and Manchester City has found a brilliant form since moving down to Sevilla.
However, despite his new exceptional form, the midfielder has said he has no plans of making a return to the France national team.
Sevilla coach Jorge Sampaoli has stated that he is happy with the performance of Samir Nasri so far this season.
The player who has joined Sevilla on loan from Manchester City has started five games for the Spanish side so far this season and has scored one goal and assisted another.
Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri has been in superb form at Sevilla over the last few weeks.
The Frenchman moved to the Spanish club on a loan deal at the start of the campaign after not figuring in the plans of new boss Pep Guardiola. His new found form has led to increasing calls for Nasri to be brought back to the French national team fold by manager Didier Deschamps. Deschamps was the first French boss to drop Nasri from the first team reportedly due to concerns about his form and discipline. Now that he is one of the best French midfielders around, Nasri has been increasingly linked with a return to the national team.
Samir Nasri was traded on loan to Sevilla on the August transfer deadline after the former Arsenal had been told that he was surplus to requirements this term by coach Pep Guardiola.
Looking back at the former France international, he started really well but eventually faded out like the others.
Defending Europa League champions Sevilla added Manchester City player Samir Nasri to their squad after they completed the deal with the Sky Blues just before the end of the summer transfer window.
The France international suffered an injury crisis in the last campaign, featuring only 12 times in the English Premier League. He could only get two goals in the term.