Samir Nasri has mutually terminated his contract with Turkish club Antalyaspor.
The former Arsenal playmaker joined Antalyaspor last summer and signed a two-year deal with the club, but he has failed to impress for far for Antalyaspor, who are currently languishing in the Super Lig relegation zone
Back in 2011, Samir Nasri was one of the most talented young midfielders in world football, his footwork, and eye for a pass made him exceptional.
The Frenchman was a playmaker In an Arsenal team containing Cesc Fabregas and Robin van Persie, and he thrived in his role, by assisting and scoring goals for Arsenal.
Nasri left Arsenal for Manchester City in a £25m deal, he was quite successful with the Cityzens in his six years with the club, winning two premier league titles.
Samir Nasri was hoping his qualities will earn him first-team football under Pep Guardiola, but the Spaniard deemed him surplus to requirement and opted to send him out on loan to Sevilla, where he again showed some of his qualities.
Manchester City eventually sold him to Antalyaspor after his loan move ended with Sevilla, Nasri was earning an annual salary of €4million and is understood to have settled a financial package with the club.
Injury problems have limited Nasri to just eight appearances in total and on Wednesday afternoon, it was confirmed by beIN Sports that his career had taken a massive hit.
The controversial French footballer is subject of a doping ban investigation by Uefa following his use of an intravenous drip at a Los Angeles clinic in December 2016.
Nasri could face a four-year ban from football if he is found guilty of doping, which would basically end his dying playing career.