West Ham midfielder Samir Nasri is set to turn down a new ‘pay as you play’ contract to remain at the London Stadium next season, according to ClaretandHugh.
The 31-year-old joined the club back in January, signing a deal until the end of the season, following the end of his 18-month ban for doping.
However, the Frenchman has made just six appearances in all competitions for the Hammers and was expected to leave in the summer without being offered a new deal.
But according to reports, West Ham have made the midfielder a new contract offer.
Nasri’s current deal is thought to be worth £50,000-a-week, with a £20,000 appearance bonus.
The midfielder’s representatives are thought to have wanted more for next season, however, the Hammers have stood firm and offered the player a pay as you play fee.
Nasri is expected to turn down the offer, meaning he will depart in the summer.
The former Arsenal and Manchester City midfielder may well look to remain in England, or could consider heading abroad for a second time.
Four more West Ham players approaching the end of their contract
The former England international is expected to join Nasri in departing the club this summer when his contract expires.
The 32-year-old could also be on the way out of the London Stadium this summer, ending his six-year association with the H
Snodgrass’ current deal expires at the end of next season and could be allowed to leave when his contract expires.
The Hammers may well attempt to tie down Masuaku to a new deal over the summer, especially after his good form towards the end of the season.