Manchester City latest: Reported new deal for midfielder and Navas wants the lot

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Manchester City are reportedly set to offer Samir Nasri a three-year contract extension according to a report in the Sun and later followed up by Mirror.

The Frenchman’s current deal runs until the summer of 2015, but it is now claimed the Blues will extend that after his impressive performances this season.

The club are said to be hoping a deal can be signed prior to the World Cup this summer.

Nasri has played 31 games for Manuel Pellegrini’s side this season, scoring five goals and providing six assists in all competitions.

In other news, Jesus Navas believes his club can still win all four trophies they are involved in, including the Champions League where they currently trail Barcelona 2-0 after the first-leg of their last-16 tie.

Speaking to Sky Sports News, the Spanish winger said, “We’re going to be going for all of them, every trophy while we’re involved in all of them.

“We’re still alive in the Champions League, we’re battling away in that. We’re well placed in the Premier League, we’re in the Capital One Cup final and obviously in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, so why not go as far as we can?”

Pellegrini certainly has the squad to compete on all fronts, but going to the Nou Camp and overturning a two-goal deficit? That will be the battle of them all.

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