Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri has been pictured in an Antalyaspor scarf as he looks to complete a move to Turkey this summer.

Nasri finally looks to be on the way out of Manchester City after not even managing 38 league appearances for the club in the last three seasons, reports Manchester Evening News. Fans have been reacting to the news that Samir appears to be on the move again.

The former Arsenal player spent much of last season on loan at Sevilla, where his most memorable moment was being sent off in the Champions League knockout rounds against Leicester City. He managed three goals in 30 appearances.

So it was time to move on, but this Twitter user noted that Nasri didn’t look too pleased about the whole thing:

https://twitter.com/City_Chief/status/899230341109567488

Meanwhile this Arsenal fan noted that Nasri wasn’t the only ex-Arsenal man who decided to move to Turkey recently:

https://twitter.com/mihirt25/status/899264592383266816

But the comments from the Gunners’ fanbase weren’t all bad.

This fan noted that it was a bit of a waste of Samir’s ability to head to Antalyaspor when plenty of Premier League teams could do well with him:

Whilst this fan just noted how badly Nasri has managed his own career, and how much more he could’ve been:

Most Arsenal fans probably don’t have much sympathy for a guy who hardly wasted a second after his move away from North London to have a go at the club and the fans. A disappointingly anti-climactic end to his career is what most will say he deserves.

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