French attacker Samir Nasri has seen his career hit a new low after having his contract terminated at Antalyaspor, per beIN (H/T

Nasri joined the Turkish club last summer, agreeing a two-year deal upon signing, but he struggled to impress, and the club now sit in the Turkish Super Lig's relegation zone.


The 30-year-old, who was a big name at both Arsenal and Manchester City, was on a €4m-a-year wage package at Antalyaspor and is believed to have settled on a severance fee with the club.

Nasri is also the subject of doping allegations after having used an intravenous drip at a Los Angeles clinic in 2016 and is facing a four-year ban from football if found to be culpable.

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With the player now a free agent, there are rumours of Premier League side Newcastle developing an interest, so we could see them swoop for the former France international before the end of deadline day.