Pay per head sportsbooks were very worried when they found out that the player suffered a partially ruptured knee ligament at St James’ Park after a challenge with Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa.
It was initially feared that the France international he may be ruled out long-term – perhaps for the rest of the domestic season and even the World Cup.
But now pay per head sportsbooks and fans all over the world are relieved, as he is expected to return to action by mid-March, with the player himself breaking the news via Twitter.
“Thank you everyone for your kind words and overwhelming support, I suppose it’s kind of good news that I will be out around 8 weeks,” he wrote on Twitter.
Nasri will most likely miss several key Premier League matches, which include the visit of Chelsea on February 3rd to the Etihad Stadium, and the home derby match with Manchester United on March 1st, and pay per head sportsbooks would like to see how City will perform in these matches without the player.
Nasri will also likely to sit out on February 18 for the first leg of City’s UEFA Champions League last 16 tie with Barca, but on March 12 he could be back for the second leg at Camp Nou.
Price per head services saw that Manuel Pellegrini was angry after Yanga-Mbiwa’s tackle in the 75th minute and believed that the player should have been sent off, instead of being booked.
“It’s very serious. It was a very unfair kick and the player of Newcastle, it was directly a red card. I don’t understand why he was not sent off,” said Pellegrini.
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Thank you everyone for your kind words and overwhelming support, i suppose its kind of good news that i will be out around 8 weeks
– Samir Nasri Official (@SamNasri19) January 13, 2014