Samir Nasri, the former midfielder of France have completed his move to West Ham, the Premier League team on the deal towards the season end after he was done with his doping ban. The Hammers have announced the signing of Nasri on Monday. He is going to be available for playing on Tuesday after he completes the ban of 18 months that he had received because of his intravenous treatment at a clinic in Los Angeles of the rules World Anti-Doping Agency.
Nasri didn’t belong to any club since he left Turkey’s Antalyaspor, and before this, he had played at Premier League for Manchester City and Arsenal. Manchester City is under Manuel Pellegrini, the boss of West Ham. He trained with West Ham and he can extend his association with the club further than season end.
Pellegrini has said that he is quite pleased to welcome him to West Ham United. According to him, he is a player that he knows well from the time spent at Manchester City and he is quite happy that he will get an opportunity to work with him once again. He says that Samir has been working really hard in recent time for developing his condition and fitness after not playing for a long time. He is pretty determined to give his best now. Nasri has been Premier League winner twice and has won the trophy in Manchester City in 2011-12 and also 2013–14.