Samir Nasri Hotly Tipped To Win West Ham Player Of The Year
Bookies have suspended betting on Samir Nasri signing for West Ham following reports that the 31-year-old is due to have a medical at the London side.
Nasri is free to play again after an 18-month doping ban for receiving a drip treatment at a Los Angeles clinic.
The Frenchman took the treatment while on holiday in 2016, but it was against World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) rules.
The 31-year-old was on loan from Manchester City to La Liga side Sevilla at the time.
Nasri, who hasn't even signed for the Hammers yet never mind play a game, is already 5/2 to win West Ham Player of the Year.
The former France international is 6/4 to score over five Premier League goals, something he hasn't managed since the 2013/14 goals when he netted seven times for Manchester City.
Meanwhile, he is 14/1 to bag over 10 league goals, which he has only achieved once during the 2010/11 at Arsenal.
Nasri spent three years at Arsenal, between 2008 and 2011, before moving to Manchester City, where he won two Premier League titles, for £25million.
The 31-year-old is 15/8 to bag a goal against Unai Emeries side, while he 10/3 to net against City.
The midfielder is 10/1 to get sent off against the Gunners and 12/1 to be shown a red card against Pep Guardiola's side.