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Samir Nasri wants permanent move from Manchester City to Spanish side

Samir Nasri is hoping to make his loan spell at Sevilla permanent, according to an exclusive report by The Sun.

29-year-old Nasri has been in excellent form since hs swapped the Etihad for the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium on transfer deadline day, with recent eye-catching performances against Dinamo Zagreb and Atlético Madrid. Sevilla do not have an option to purchase the former French international next summer, but want to raise enough money to make a permanent deal happen.

According to the story, City are keen to discuss the situation and have a good relationship with Sevilla after deals for Álvaro Negredo and Jesús Navas in 2013. With Samir loving life in Andalusia, there appears to be a desire on all sides to make a permanent deal happen.

The Sun reports that Nasri is expected in Manchester around Christmas time to discuss his future with Pep Guardiola, and it is thought that City would demand a fee of around £12 million for the midfielder, who earns £130,000-per-week.

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