Wolverhampton Wanderers are thought to have money to spend in January, with Nuno's side potentially keen to make additions.
West Ham, Everton and Crystal Palace are the only teams who are considered more likely than Wolves to land the Frenchman.
Wolves have tended to look towards the future with their signings in recent times, but the addition of Joao Moutinho proves that they are not afraid to sign experience too.
And Nasri would bring with him a wealth of knowhow, having spent much of his career in the Premier League.
The playmaker has already represented Arsenal and Manchester City, meaning a return to England could appeal.
Nasri could inject creativity and poise to Wolves’ midfield ranks over the second half of the season, as Nuno’s side look to build upon a good start.